NEWS

Torino President Urbano Cairo has revealed it is not just Milan who want to sign key Granata player Alessio Cerci.
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare says Keita Balde Diao has signed a contract extension and still expects Stefan De Vrij to join the club.
Alvaro Morata says he can’t wait to head to Turin in order to sign for Juventus from Real Madrid.
Alessandro Matri says he is honoured to be joining Genoa on a season long loan deal from Milan.
Cagliari have confirmed that veteran Andrea Cossu has signed a new one-year contract with the club.
Roma President James Pallotta has called for ‘comprehensive reform’ in Italian football, particularly within the game’s governing bodies.
Alberto Gilardino has taken to social media to confirm he has signed for Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande.
It is reported that Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has asked to leave the club in order to join Juventus.
Walter Mazzarri has explained how Nemanja Vidic will learn to play in a back three, before Inter then all work on a back four defence.
Walter Mazzarri has reflected on his motivation, and his intention to create an Inter side that ‘fights and never gives up’.
Massimo Ferrero has described himself and Sinisa Mihajlovic as ‘the most beautiful couple in the world’, saying they ‘do not fear anyone’.
Gary Medel’s heart is reportedly set on moving to Inter this summer, whilst talks with Cardiff over valuation continue.
Juventus have apparently green-lit a loan move to Atalanta for Richmond Boayke and all that is needed now is Genoa’s endorsement.
Antonio Nocerino ‘takes full responsibility’ for his struggles at Milan and asserts he does not need to take a leading role at Torino.
Inter’s preseason training this morning has seen two formations tested, with one a back four including Nemanja Vidic and Andrea Ranocchia.
Alessandro Matri is set to undergo medical tests at Genoa today, whilst Milan reportedly also have an offer in for Michael Essien.
M’Baye Niang will reportedly be handed a second opportunity to impress at Milan, during the first stage of preseason under Pippo Inzaghi.
Milan are reportedly ever closer to tying up a deal to permanently sign Adil Rami from Valencia, but there remains a gap in valuation.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report Juventus are considering a deal to buy Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid outright.
Both Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri and Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi will face the media for the first time this preseason today.
Juventus will reportedly meet once more today with Verona to try to close negotiations on a deal to sign Juan Manuel Iturbe.
Sampdoria have reportedly tabled a €1m contract offer to convince former Inter defender Walter Samuel to sign.
Juventus will reportedly return to Stephan Lichtsteiner with an improved contract offer to try to convince him to renew.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Wesley Sneijder was heart-broken after seeing a penalty saved against Argentina. “I hate shoot-outs so much.”
Louis Van Gaal praised the Netherlands for “a marvellous tournament. Nobody imagined we’d come this far.”
Sergio Romero was Argentina’s penalty hero against the Netherlands. “Tonight we celebrate, from tomorrow we’ll think about Germany.”
Alejandro Sabella is confident Argentina can beat Germany and “win the World Cup” after getting past Holland on penalties.
Arjen Robben insists Holland were “amazing” to reach the World Cup semi-final after their defeat to Argentina on penalties.
Argentina will face Germany in the World Cup Final after beating the Netherlands 4-2 on penalties.
New signing Dodo has thanked Inter fans for the “wonderful welcome” after his move from Roma.
It’s reported Juventus are prepared to offer €2.5m for Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.
Cagliari have officially signed Antonio Balzano from Pescara, while Milan loaned Jherson Vergara to Avellino.
The 2014-15 Serie B season will kick off on August 29 and conclude on May 22 2015, but three clubs risk missing out.
Brazil Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari infuriated fans by insisting the 7-1 defeat to Germany was “not all bad.”

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