NEWS

Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni says Wesley Sneijder is key to his plans – but he wouldn’t veto any eventual sale.
Palermo have confirmed that Giulio Migliaccio has put in a transfer request at the Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman says he still hasn’t decided how he will use captain Francesco Totti in 2012-13.
Devis Mangia has admitted he’s been contacted about the Italian Under-21 job – but Palermo will have a say in his future.
Sampdoria have joined Torino in the chase to sign available Catania striker Maxi Lopez, writes the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Napoli will announce the captures of Pablo Armero and Juan Cuadrado from Udinese on Monday, suggests a report in Il Mattino.
Juventus may switch their “top player” transfer attention to Stevan Jovetic as an alternative to their striker objective.
Palermo have yet again insisted that Federico Balzaretti will remain after new links with capital club Lazio.
New Inter signing Matias Silvestre says he has realised a dream by being able to play alongside Walter Samuel.
Italian legend Roberto Baggio is being linked with the Modena job by the Corriere dello Sport on Saturday.
Thiago Silva is optimistic ahead of the new Serie A season after Milan opted against selling him to Paris Saint-Germain.
Portuguese right-back Jose Bosingwa has held talks with Roma – but his salary demands are reportedly blocking an agreement.
Napoli are expected to agree a new long-term contract with their promising youngster Lorenzo Insigne this week, Sky Sport Italia reports.
Pescara’s teenage sensation Marco Verratti has refused to rule out the possibility of moving to either Juventus or Paris-Saint Germain this summer.
Napoli have held tentative talks with Milan about selling Andrea Dossena, claims the player’s agent Roberto La Florio.
Roma’s Matteo Brighi has edged closer to signing for Torino, Sky Sport Italia understands.
Fiorentina could reveal the signings of Emiliano Viviano, Mounir El Hamdaoui and Francesco Della Rocca on Monday morning, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic will reportedly have a penalty bonus clause inserted into his Inter contract.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Pescara are one of a number of clubs to have their original penalty for involvement in the betting scandal reduced upon appeal.
Maurizio Zamparini has blasted FIFA for sanctioning the use of goal-line officials when technology is also due to come into effect.
Davide Astori’s agent has confirmed that his proposed deal to Sparak Moscow is definitely off for now, but believes that it isn’t a complete dead end.
Djamel Mesbah looks set to leave Milan this summer, with reports indicating that he is on the verge of joining Torino.
Davide Santon has commented on speculation linking him with a return to Serie A and admits that Roma have made an approach.
Napoli have confirmed a new contract for midfielder Luca Cigarini, plus the details of the extension of his loan with Atalanta.
Diego Forlan’s reported split with Inter has now been confirmed, freeing the player to complete his move to Internacional.
Alexander Merkel is looking forward to starting again with Genoa next season and does not see his return from Milan as a step backwards.
Pescara could be close to selling two of their Italian youngsters to French football, as rumours suggest Marco Capuano could follow Marco Verratti out.
Pierluigi Collina has given his backing to the decision by the International Football Association Board to allow goal-line technology into the game.
Mauro Zarate’s return to Lazio has gotten off on the wrong foot, as he missed the first day of pre-season work after missing his flight home.
Brazilian club Internacional have announced the capture of Inter’s departing striker Diego Forlan.
Juventus have confirmed the signing of teenage Italian defender Alberto Masi from Pro Vercelli.
Inter and Diego Forlan have reportedly agreed to go their separate ways after crunch talks on Friday.
The agent of Stephan El Shaarawy held talks with Milan on Friday in an effort to secure his client a new improved contract.
Inter are pumped up for the 2012-13 campaign as they kick off their season, says President Massimo Moratti and captain Javier Zanetti.

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