NEWS

Julio Cesar has confirmed that he is on the verge of leaving Inter after being frozen out of the club’s plans.
Giancarlo Antognoni has been robbed of some sentimental medals after thieves broke into his home.
Inter have named a 20-man squad for their Europa League tie against Hajduk Split and there is no Douglas Maicon.
Luc Castaignos has revealed that he had no choice but to accept an Inter exit this summer. “They no longer believed in me.”
There are two options for Michele Arcari this summer – to stay at Brescia or move to Italian champions Juventus.
Thiago Silva has admitted that he knew it would be almost impossible for Milan to turn down Paris Saint-Germain’s offer for his services.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will reportedly accept a three-month ban rather than try to prove his innocence as part of the match-fixing probe.
Napoli have become the latest Serie A side to be paired with a move for Lazio striker Sergio Floccari.
Michael Bradley believes that he has a real chance of lifting silverware after joining Italian giants Roma.
Rubin Kazan stopper Salvatore Bocchetti has admitted that he’s interested in a summer move to Juventus.
The agent of Pablo Armero has confirmed that Juventus are trying to do a deal with Udinese for his client.
Damiano Ferronetti’s career at Torino has come to an end – just 10 days after moving to the newly promoted outfit.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Federico Balzaretti has again met with Palermo today and reportedly asked for more time in which to make a decision on his future.
Mattia Destro’s transfer from Genoa to Roma has now been confirmed, as has the total amount he could cost the Giallorossi.
Mauro Zarate has declared that he intends to stay with Lazio for the new season, but not alongside signing a new contract.
Dynamo Kiev have announced the imminent signing of Milan full-back Taye Taiwo, subject to a medical to be held tomorrow.
After just one year together, Inter have officially sold young Dutch striker Luc Castaignos to FC Twente today.
Enrico Preziosi has explained why Pietro Lo Monaco has left Genoa and made clear his intention to sell the club as soon as he can.
Michel Morganella has been sent home from the London 2012 Olympics early for an alleged racist message sent on social networking website Twitter.
Hertha Berlin are reportedly upset with Juventus for not playing a number of their star players in this weekend’s pre-season friendly.
Genoa have announced that they have taken young forward Giammario Piscitella from Roma, as part of the deal that saw Mattia Destro go the other way.
Francesco Lodi has committed his future to Catania on the day that he is being linked with a move to Milan.
Brescia have criticised Juventus for scuppering their attempts to sell Omar El Kaddouri to Parma.
Juventus’ Claudio Marchisio has admitted that he would have preferred to fight for the Super Cup on Italian soil.
Milan are showing an interest in Catania midfielder Francesco Lodi, according to Sport Mediaset.
Leandro Castan is delighted following his switch to Italian giants Roma. “It’s like playing for Brazil,” he raved.
Lorenzo Insigne will soon put pen to paper on a new improved contract with Serie A giants Napoli.
The first game of the new Serie A season will take place in Tuscany when Fiorentina host Udinese, the Lega Serie A have confirmed.
Udinese have distanced themselves from reports that they could make a new bid for Juventus’ Michele Pazienza.
Taye Taiwo is reportedly on the verge of a Milan exit after flying out for a medical with Dynamo Kiev.
Parma will reportedly strengthen their squad with two new players once Roma return from their tour of America.
Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri says he wants Walter Gargano to stay – but he didn’t exactly rule out a summer exit.
Rodrigo Palacio expects Wesley Sneijder to play a key role in the campaign as Inter look to recover from last term’s disaster.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo wants to stay at Roma and win back his place in the Italy plans of boss Cesare Prandelli.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGES