NEWS

Chile and Cagliari striker Mauricio Pinilla assures they are “not remotely afraid of Brazil” ahead of today’s World Cup clash.
Colombia have been one of the World Cup surprises, but Coach Jose Pekerman has “admiration and respect” for Uruguay.
Chile are the underdogs against World Cup hosts Brazil today, but Coach Jorge Sampaoli assures they’ll attack.
Brazil face Arturo Vidal’s Chile today and Luiz Felipe Scolari admits the World Cup hosts are “uncomfortable and anxious.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Uruguay Coach Oscar Washington Tabarez quit his FIFA post in protest at Luis Suarez’s ban ahead of the tie with Colombia.
Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain insists he knows nothing of speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona.
Ciro Immobile’s father has accused Italy of going about their World Cup preparations in the wrong way.
It is reported that Arsenal still want to sign Milan’s Mario Balotelli, despite Arsene Wenger’s recent attempts to play down speculation.
Sky report this evening that Milan would turn their attention to signing Ezequiel Lavezzi, should they fail to land Juan Iturbe.
Former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga says it is time for the Nerazzurri to put their faith in youth.
Ricky Kaka has not ruled out the possibility of staying at Milan, saying the only certainty is that he will begin pre-season training with the Rossoneri.
FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke says Luis Suarez should find treatment to make sure he doesn’t bite again
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis today attended the funeral of Ciro Esposito, saying the club’s Coppa Italia win has been put into perspective.
It is reported that Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is currently in talks with Juan Iturbe’s representatives.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent says his client would relish a move to Fiorentina but insists he has not heard from the Viola.
The President of the Russian Football Federation insists Coach Fabio Capello will be remaining in his post.
Norwich City have this afternoon completed the signing of Palermo’s Kyle Lafferty on a three-year contract.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent has revealed his client is still hurting from Italy’s early World Cup exit.
Sky Sport Italia and Mediaset have secured the rights for live coverage of Serie A matches from 2015-16 to 2017-18.
Inter have set their sights on signing Granit Xhaka, but Borussia Monchengladbach want to wait until after the World Cup.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has revealed that the club are set to add some ‘defining’ names to their squad this summer.
FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti has claimed that Milan will meet with Valencia next week to discuss Adil Rami.
Walter Mazzarri is just days away from signing a contract extension with Inter, it has been suggested.
Kyle Lafferty’s agent has insisted that the striker’s proposed move away from Palermo is not because of a falling out with Beppe Iachini.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s agent has revealed that Fiorentina’s interest in his client is ‘real’.
Sport Mediaset report this afternoon that Roberto Mancini is the favourite to succeed Cesare Prandelli as Italian national team Coach.
Erick Thohir believes that the future of Italian football is a bright one, with more foreign investors getting involved.
Manchester United winger Nani has admitted that he knows several sides are interested in his services this summer.
Mattia Perin has insisted that he will stay at Genoa, despite constant links of a move away.
Diego Maradona has offered his support to Luis Suarez and hit out at FIFA: “They might as well handcuff him and throw him in Guantanamo.”
Davide Astori is expected next week to make clear to Cagliari his intentions, amid continued interest from Lazio.
Juventus are reportedly on the trail of Sampdoria defender Shkodran Mustafi and have already presented a first offer.
Juventus reportedly have agreement with Juan Manuel Iturbe and now face an apparently key meeting with Verona today.
Paulo Henrique Ganso holds hope of Sao Paulo agreeing a deal to take Milan’s Ricky Kaka this summer.

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