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Rubin Kazan’s sporting director has claimed that Yann M’Vila is still their player, but admits it will be difficult to keep the midfielder.
Ogenyi Onazi could be back to full fitness in six weeks, according to reports in the Italian Press this afternoon.
Brazil legend Pele has claimed that Luis Suarez’s four month ban from all football is a fair one.
Casemiro’s agent has revealed that Inter are currently in talks with Real Madrid for the midfielder.
Arrigo Sacchi has claimed that Italy only perform on the international stage when their backs are to the wall.
Inter have confirmed that Nemanja Vidic will be presented as their player on Friday afternoon.
Enrico Preziosi and Adriano Galliani had dinner this week, reportedly to discuss Alessandro Matri and Sime Vrsaljko.
As part of his loan move to Torino, Antonio Nocerino will reportedly still have half of his salary paid out by Milan.
Manuel Pasqual’s agent has called on Fiorentina to ‘clarify’ his position amid growing links to Napoli.
Galatasaray have released a statement confirming that they are in negotiations with former Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli.
Maxime Gonalons has effectively ended Napoli’s pursuit for him, by indicating his desire is to stay at Lyon for the long term.
Fabio Capello sees Italy’s World Cup exit as down to a lack of running, as he reflects on how European Coaches have been surprised this summer.
Leeds United have had a first taste of Massimo Cellino’s superstitious motivations, as Paddy Kenny is pushed aside over his date of birth.
Cesare Prandelli may reportedly be back in football quicker than expected, as talk of a deal with Galatasaray intensifies.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has called on Italian football to protect clubs from financial ruin and to remove limitations on non-EU players.
Dries Mertens has outlined his hope that Napoli find a way to keep hold of Pepe Reina this summer.
Juventus and Verona are reportedly still a few million apart in valuation for Juan Iturbe, but talks are continuing.
Barcelona reportedly remain open to Alexis Sanchez’s exit, but are intending to sell only to the highest bidder.
Stephan Lichtsteiner is optimistic in talks with Juventus over a new contract and insists he has ‘no problems’.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The director of Italy’s World Cup camp revealed Mario Balotelli was detached and Antonio Cassano “out of control.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirms he’s waiting for Alberto Gilardino to accept Marcello Lippi’s Guangzhou Evergrande.
Catania have officially sold Pablo ‘El Pitu’ Barrientos to San Lorenzo, his former club in Argentina.
Fabio Capello was called a “thief” and urged to appear before Parliament after Russia’s early World Cup exit.
Milan midfielder Michael Essien released a statement on Ghana’s controversial World Cup campaign.
The referees have been assigned for World Cup quarter-finals Brazil-Colombia and France-Germany.
Colombia international Pablo Armero said he’s ready for Milan, Inter or Juventus, as “Rafa Benitez never liked me.”
Multiple sources report Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic will fly out to complete his move to Al Jazira tonight.
Ricky Kaka admits Milan teammate Robinho could join him in America’s MLS, as he’s not in Pippo Inzaghi’s plans.
Walter Zenga confirmed he is “in negotiations” with the Serbian FA to become their new national Coach.
Inter bought Saphir Taider outright, but are trying to sell him to Rubin Kazan in exchange for Yann M’Vila.
There are reports Real Madrid man Alvaro Morata’s agent is in Italy for a meeting with Juventus today.
Antonio Nocerino has returned to Serie A, as Milan loaned the midfielder to Torino after a spell at West Ham.
It’s reported Roma want Matija Nastasic plus €30m cash to hand Mehdi Benatia over to Manchester City.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi backs the use of vanishing spray and video replays.

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