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Massimiliano Allegri is keen to look ahead to a new chapter in Milan’s history and not to get involved in Gennaro Gattuso’s war of words.
New Fiorentina signing Borja Valero has spoken for the first time since his move to Florence was made official.
The China Railway Construction Corporation are new minority shareholders in Inter and will help the club build a new stadium.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Stramaccioni is looking forward to his Europa League debut in Hajduk Split-Inter on Thursday. “These are the responsibilities I wanted.”
Roma have officially completed the transfers for Federico Balzaretti and Ivan Rodrigo Piris from Palermo and Deportivo Maldonado respectively.
Juventus have announced a media blackout in protest at the decision to reject Antonio Conte’s plea bargain in the betting trial.
Siena have agreed a new plea bargain in the betting scandal for a six-point penalty and €100,000 fine, but then-Coach Antonio Conte is yet to decide his next step.
Federico Balzaretti has already started training with Roma, so Jose Angel is on his way to Benfica.
Emiliano Viviano is finally playing for his beloved Viola. “I was sure I’d have reached Fiorentina.”
“We will speak to Florentino Perez in New York” about bringing Kaka to Milan, confirmed Adriano Galliani.
Palermo and Milan have announced a prestigious pre-season friendly at the Stadio Barbera on August 12.
Esteban Cambiasso admits Inter “can only blame ourselves” if their Europa League season starts tomorrow against Hajduk Split.
Fiorentina have officially agreed terms with Villarreal for Spanish international midfielder Borja Valero.
Roma and Milan are in mourning after the sudden death of Scudetto-winning full-back Aldo Maldera.
It’s reported Antonio Conte could secure a different plea bargain for four months and €100,000, an increase of one month from the rejected proposal.
Jose Mourinho says Milan target Kaka “will probably be a Real Madrid player next season” and hopes he won’t have to face Inter.
Christian Abbiati believes Milan “do not need more reinforcements” despite losing so many stars this summer.
The Italian Super Cup match between Juventus and Napoli will have goalline officials and they could be extended to Serie A this season.
It’s reported Federico Balzaretti is already undergoing his medical to complete the transfer from Palermo to Roma.
In a shock move, the FIGC judges in the betting trial have rejected plea bargains from Antonio Conte and Siena, but Torino and Varese accept one-point penalties.
Mattia Destro has been presented to the media as a Roma player for the first time. “I was convinced by the project here and am at Zdenek Zeman’s complete disposal.”
Julio Cesar’s agent confirms “Tottenham and Roma are interested,” but he rules out the idea of a contract termination with Inter.
Gianluigi Buffon is reportedly ready to sign a new contract tying him to Juventus until June 2016.
In a shock interview, FIFA agent Fabio Parisi claims “Juventus have had a signed contract with Robin Van Persie for some time locked in a desk.”
Fiorentina have officially signed Emiliano Viviano and Francesco Della Rocca from Palermo after lengthy negotiations.
The trial into the betting scandal begins today with Antonio Conte preparing a plea bargain and Leonardo Bonucci eager to push for lesser charges.
Federico Balzaretti is heading towards Roma, but Lazio President Claudio Lotito reveals he was “dragged into” the transfer gossip to force their hand.
Cesena defender Guillermo Rodriguez will reportedly undergo a medical today with newly-promoted Torino.
Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic is ready to face Galatasaray and admits he tried to sign Burak Yilmaz, “but he wanted to end his career in Turkey.”
Andrea Stramaccioni admits he is still “protected” by President Massimo Moratti in the chaos of Inter as he prepares for the Europa League preliminary round.
Milan’s problems over Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa mean the club is returning to Cagliari for Davide Astori instead.
Andrea Ranocchia has hit back at transfer speculation linking him with Juventus. “I have a contract with Inter until 2015 and I intend to respect it.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis confirms Lorenzo Insigne renewed his contract and “Federico Balzaretti didn’t want to come to Napoli. Roma can have him.”

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