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Juventus, Barcelona and Real Madrid are fighting to sign 15-year-old Chelsea sensation Kyle Scott.
One of Massimiliano Allegri’s best friends has revealed “he told me he’s staying with Milan because the players are all behind him.”
After Fiorentina warned they’d only accept €30m cash, Arsenal overtook Juventus in the race for Stevan Jovetic.
Luca Antonelli has avoided a fracture, but heavily sprained and bruised his ankle, putting the Confederations Cup at risk.
Adriano Galliani opened the door for Clarence Seedorf to take over at Milan. “I don’t think experience is necessary for a Coach.”
Brazil talent Neymar has named Italy as one of the contenders for the 2014 World Cup, but “England I don’t even think about.”
Juventus and Lazio are still debating where and when to hold the Italian Super Cup, as Beijing and the United Arab Emirates are options.
Around 200 ultras staged a protest at the Roma training ground today, demanding the immediate resignation of the directors.
It’s reported President Silvio Berlusconi will only keep Max Allegri if Milan win the Champions League play-off.
Lazio have been linked with AZ Alkmaar’s American striker Jozy Altidore for next season.
Rafa Benitez intends to poach Liverpool defenders Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger for Napoli, according to reports.
It’s reported Indonesian investor Erick Thohir has given Massimo Moratti seven days to decide if he’ll sell Inter.
Bologna assured Alessandro Diamanti will not be leaving despite reports of a deal with Juventus. “We’ve received no offers.”
Monaco are on a spending spree and Juventus are thought to be awaiting an official €25m bid for Claudio Marchisio.
Last night Fiorentina met with Stevan Jovetic’s agent and reportedly warned they’ll only accept a €30m cash offer.
Roma could change their club symbol again after thousands of complaints about the recent revamp.
Andrea Ranocchia laughed off rumours of a move to Juventus. “I have a contract with Inter until 2015 and I’m happy.”
Cesare Prandelli had good news for Luca Antonelli and said Mario Balotelli’s performance against San Marino “was his best in my time here.”
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Pippo Inzaghi and Andriy Shevchenko were on target in Kakha Kaladze’s testimonial match in Georgia.
Andrea Poli felt it was “an honour” to play alongside Andrea Pirlo for Italy against San Marino and hopes to be at the Confederations Cup.
Alberto Gilardino admits it was “a special night” to score for Italy at his ‘home’ stadium against San Marino.
Cesare Prandelli was “satisfied” with Italy’s 4-0 friendly win over San Marino, but must now “make choices.”
Italy’s second string side comfortably swept San Marino aside 4-0 with Andrea Poli, Alberto Gilardino, Andrea Pirlo and Alberto Aquilani.
There are reports Luca Antonelli has fractured his shin during tonight’s friendly against San Marino.
Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge said those who applaud Mario Balotelli and Angelo Ogbonna are “the better side of Italy.”
Santos President Odilio Rodrigues has confirmed “we’re talking to Milan about Robinho and evaluating the requests.”
Laurent Blanc has put himself forward for the Roma job by announcing: “I really want to get back on to the bench.”
Italy test an all-new 4-3-3 formation in tonight’s friendly with San Marino with Alessandro Diamanti and Giacomo Bonaventura.
Adriano Galliani confirmed the meeting between Massimiliano Allegri and President Silvio Berlusconi “could be on Sunday.”
Domenico Criscito admits he was “very close to joining Milan,” but is now expected to stay with Zenit.
There are reports Fabio Pecchia will be Rafa Benitez’s assistant manager at Napoli next season.
Roma will play against the MLS All-Stars in Kansas on July 31, following in the footsteps of Manchester United and Chelsea.
‘Fino alla fine’ is the phrase Juventus fans have voted to have written on the team shirt for 2014-15.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta insists “no decision is imminent” over Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic.

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