NEWS

Italy tested out their probable starting XI against England today, including Marco Verratti, Andrea Pirlo and Mario Balotelli.
Miroslav Klose admits he is targeting breaking Ronaldo’s all-time World Cup goal scoring record, saying it has been his aim for some time.
It is reported that Lazio Coach Edy Reja will this evening meet with President Claudio Lotito to hold talks over his future.
Sampdoria have this afternoon confirmed they will buy out Empoli’s share of Vasco Regini.
Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne played together in Italy training today, while Marco Verratti returned to action.
Pepe Reina has not ruled out the possibility of staying with Napoli but says he first needs to hold talks with Liverpool.
Sao Paulo President Carlos Miguel Aidar says his club would be ready to open negotiations with Ricky Kaka, should the player want the same.
Giacomo Bonaventura says potentially signing for a big club should be just the start of his journey, rather than the end.
Hernan Crespo says the three best Coaches he ever played under were Marcelo Bielsa, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.
Japan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni sympathises with the situation Keisuke Honda found himself in when he joined Milan.
Alessandro Diamanti is happy playing for Guangzhou Evergrande, insisting by moving there he couldn’t have made a better choice.
Roberto Mancini has explained the reason for his departure from Galatasaray, saying the club’s targets are different to when he first arrived.
Italy U21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio says he would play Ciro Immobile and Mario Balotelli together against England on Saturday.
Kaka’s future will be decided before the end of the month, with reports that he could move back to Brazil this summer.
Roberto Mancini has left Galatasaray by mutual consent, the club have confirmed this afternoon.
Luis Suarez has been back in training for Uruguay as they landed at their Belo Horizonte base on Tuesday evening.
Free kick maestro Juninho Pernambucano has admitted that Andrea Pirlo is now the new king of the set piece.
New Valencia owner Peter Lim is set to decide what figure is acceptable for Milan to purchase Adil Rami.
Arturo Vidal will not be cut from Chile’s World Cup squad, despite the midfielder not being 100 per cent fit.
Antonio Conte has personally asked Alexis Sanchez to join Juventus from Barcelona, according to reports.
Pictures have emerged of the pitch in Manaus looking less than perfect ahead of Italy’s game with England on Saturday.
Danny Welbeck has limped out of England training and could miss the game against Italy on Saturday.
Prospective new Cagliari owner Tommaso Giulini has admitted that he will be President ‘in the next few days’.
Domenico Berardi’s agent has revealed that this week will be ‘crucial’ for his client’s future.
Shakhtar Donetsk boss Mircea Lucescu has remained coy on reports that midfielder Fernando will join Inter this summer.
Ronaldo is not worried about his World Cup goalscoring record being topped at this summer’s tournament.
Juventus have confirmed that Andrea Pirlo has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club for another two years.
Brazilian legend Ronaldo believes that Italy have enough quality to win their group at the World Cup.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It is widely reported that Massimo Cellino has finalised the sale of Cagliari to Tommaso Giulini.
Romulo’s agent confirmed “Roma are interested” and explained why he ruled himself out of Italy’s World Cup squad.
Paul Pogba concedes he’ll have to “limit attacking runs” with France at the World Cup compared to Juventus.
Brazil Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is away on compassionate leave just days before their World Cup opener.
Marco Verratti is expected to be fit and ready to face England in Italy’s opening World Cup game on Saturday.
Porto striker Jackson Martinez’s agent is in Europe for “a series of transfer meetings,” including one with Roma.

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