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Michael Bradley has intimated an interest in joining Serie A side Palermo this summer, and admits he is flattered by rumours of bigger clubs tracking him.
Reports in England suggest that Premier League champions Manchester City are interested in signing Inter’s Wesley Sneijder.
Juventus and Cesena will reportedly discuss the future of Emanuele Giaccherini at some stage on Wednesday.
Serbia boss Sinisa Mihajlovic says he still doesn’t know why the axed Adem Ljajic refuses to sing the national anthem.
Massimo Cellino has reiterated that Massimo Ficcadenti will remain as Cagliari boss for 2012-13. “Why is there any doubt?”
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino isn’t surprised by the transfer interest in Italian Under-21 international Mattia Destro.
Roma legend Aldair has applauded the club’s decision to target Zdenek Zeman as a replacement for Luis Enrique.
The Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed the financial details of Andrea Stramaccioni’s new contract with Inter.
French Second Division side Monaco have appointed former Inter boss Claudio Ranieri as their new Coach.
Tactician Vladimir Petkovic will sign a two-year contract with Italian club Lazio, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zdenek Zeman has confirmed he “had talks with Roma and we are already at an advanced stage,” while he looks forward to working with Francesco Totti again.
Siena have released a statement after reports that President Massimo Mezzaroma and ex-Coach Antonio Conte were accused in the betting scandal.
Lazio captain Stefano Mauri “can’t wait to be interviewed” by police tomorrow after his arrest in the betting scandal.
Swiss side Sion have confirmed “there is a meeting tomorrow” between Lazio and their Coach Vladimir Petkovic. “We won’t stand in their way.”
Napoli patron Aurelio De Laurentiis has warned “either the Italian Super Cup is in Beijing or we won’t play” against Juventus.
The football world continues to react after Prime Minister Mario Monti suggested calcio be stopped for two or three years. “It’s not a solution.”
Andrea Stramaccioni has extended his contract as Inter Coach “for another three years,” confirmed President Massimo Moratti.
Cesare Prandelli has defended his decision to bring Leonardo Bonucci and not Domenico Criscito to Euro 2012. “Comparisons with 2006 are a cliché.”
Napoli captain Paolo Cannavaro has urged the club to hold on to an unsung hero by extending Gianluca Grava’s contract.
Amauri is now out of contract and denied rumours of a link with Napoli. “I would like to stay at Fiorentina.”
Claudio Ranieri had been linked with the Fiorentina job, but it’s widely reported he has agreed to take over at Monaco.
Genoa ultras insist the meeting they had with Domenico Criscito was not to discuss match-fixing. “We never talked about money or betting.”
President Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed “an international bidding war” for Ezequiel Lavezzi, including in China, but Napoli “won’t sign Stevan Jovetic.”
John Elkann is confident there is “no shadow over Juventus” after Antonio Conte’s house was searched in the betting scandal.
Giovanni Trapattoni has now confirmed his 23-man Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2012, where they will face Italy.
FIGC Vice-President Demetrio Albertini explains cancelling tonight’s planned Italy-Luxembourg friendly due to the earthquake “had to be done.”
Croatia Coach Slaven Bilic has named his 23-man squad for Euro 2012, as they are in Italy’s Group C.
Maurizio Zamparini has immediately come out to criticise Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti for suggesting that Serie A be stopped.
Clarence Seedorf has opened the possibility to remaining at Milan next season, despite previously seeming very close to a South American switch.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti has suggested that Serie A should be suspended for two to three years, in reaction to the latest match-fixing scandal.
Ezequiel Schelotto is philosophical upon not making Cesare Prandelli’s Euro 2012 squad and revealed that he has had plenty of transfer offers since.
As well as Zdenek Zeman and potentially Marco Verratti, Pescara could see another of their protagonists from this season end up at Roma.
Mario Balotelli hasn’t held back with the praise for his own ability, but has matched it with an ambition to improve it further.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani has revealed that Zdenek Zeman is keen to return to Roma out of a desire for revenge.

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