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Palermo captain Fabrizio Miccoli says it is touch and go whether he’ll continue his career with his current club.
Marco Rigoni is pleased to have seen his name linked with a summer move to Milan. “It would be a dream,” said the Novara man.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Siena Coach Giuseppe Sannino has now confirmed he wants a move to Sicily. “I owe a great deal to Massimo Mezzaroma, but I have chosen Palermo.”
Sulley Muntari has made it clear he “only wants Milan” for next season, although he is still owned by Inter.
Daniele De Rossi and Marco Verratti took part in the game between ranks today, as Cesare Prandelli tried two different tactics.
Javier Zanetti has welcomed fellow Argentine Rodrigo Palacio to Inter. “He is a great champion and will give his contribution to the side.”
Udinese “have no intention of selling our crown jewels,” warned patron Giampaolo Pozzo ahead of the Champions League qualifier.
Mauro Zarate’s agent admits he could return to Lazio now Edy Reja has left and reveals Inter “offered Giampaolo Pazzini” in a swap deal.
Antonio Conte met with Beppe Marotta today and it’s reported they agreed on a contract extension holding him to Juventus until 2015.
Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin’s agent was spotted in Milan for reported negotiations with Inter, the Rossoneri and Juventus.
There are reports Udinese have beaten Premier League opposition to snap up Caen talent Thomas Heurtaux.
There is another new name on the list for Fiorentina Coach, as Sampdoria’s Beppe Iachini joins the race.
Wesley Sneijder has asked Inter to make a bid for Arjen Robben after problems with Bayern Munich fans.
Carlo Ancelotti believes “Italy can be the surprises of Euro 2012” and gives his views on Sebastian Giovinco at PSG.
Andre Villas Boas remains on stand-by for the Roma job and his agent confirms “we’re looking for a strong, solid and long-term project.”
Pippo Inzaghi’s playing career might not be over after all, as he’s reportedly considering a proposal from Chicago Fire.
As Inter directors note Ezequiel Lavezzi “would make a mistake” not joining them, Manchester United enter the fray for the Napoli hitman.
Milan have announced prestigious friendlies against Chelsea and Real Madrid in their summer tour of the United States.
Marco Cassetti has revealed why he was so rarely used by boss Luis Enrique at Roma during this season.
Luca Antonini has again reiterated his desire to end his career with current club Milan.
Parma are adamant that there is no chance that boss Roberto Donadoni will leave the club this summer.
Giorgio Chiellini insists that the Juventus players in the Italy squad are still hungry for Euro 2012 success. “It would be the icing on the cake.”
Dejan Stankovic has rejected the possibility of leaving Inter this summer after he was paired with a switch to the MLS.
The representative of Fabio Borini has been unable to confirm reports that Juventus are interested in his client.
Manchester City and Italy striker Mario Balotelli is aware of the opportunity that the Euro 2012 stage will offer him.
Juventus idol Alessandro Del Piero has been likened to Formula One legends Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher.
Maxi Lopez is looking for a new club after Milan opted against signing him outright from Catania.
Chievo boss Domenico Di Carlo is convinced that Francesco Acerbi is good enough for Milan and Italy.
Italian giants Milan insist that they will resist the bombardment of offers for key defender Thiago Silva.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has discussed the club’s transfer plans in a revealing interview with the Corriere dello Sport.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni says that Philippe Coutinho has nothing to prove during their tour of Indonesia.
Ciro Immobile says he will talk to Pescara boss Zdenek Zeman before making a decision on his next move.
Inter and Juventus have both been in talks with Genoa regarding the future of Siena revelation Mattia Destro.
Lazio have become the latest Serie A club to be linked with Pescara’s 4-3-3 boss Zdenek Zeman.

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