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Cesena’s Marco Parolo and Luca Marrone of Juventus are possible summer signings for Cagliari, writes the Corriere dello Sport.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has revealed why he opted to axe Domenico Criscito from his Euro 2012 squad.
Genoa could make some important announcements at some stage on Tuesday with regard to their Coach for next season and a possible new director general.
Antonio Conte insists he has done nothing wrong after being placed under investigation for alleged match fixing, while Juventus have fully backed their tactician.
Matteo Brighi’s future will depend on which Coach Roma decide to appoint, the player’s agent has revealed.
Juventus stopper Leonardo Bonucci will also face questioning as part of the betting probe, it is being reported.
Emiliano Viviano is already targeting a return to the international set-up after he was axed from Euro 2012 contention.
Roma have revealed that they have spoken to Athletic Bilbao’s Marcelo Bielsa, but Zdenek Zeman is in a good position to succeed Luis Enrique.
Adem Ljajic’s infamous season has taken another twist after the Fiorentina man was sent home from the Serbia squad for not singing the national anthem.
Pescara are optimistic that they can keep hold of Zdenek Zeman, but they’ve admitted that Delio Rossi could be a good replacement.
Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini insists the club will still be competitive despite some high profile departures this summer.
Ezequiel Schelotto is still smiling despite being cut from Italy’s Euro 2012 plans earlier on Monday.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has reduced his 32-man Euro 2012 squad to 25 ahead of Tuesday’s international friendly against Luxembourg.
The agent of Milan target Francesco Acerbi has rejected talk that Inter and Juventus have also made a move for the defender.
The representative of Hernanes is adamant that the Lazio midfielder will remain in the Italian capital over the summer.
Italian Football Federation Vice-President Demetrio Albertini has confirmed that Domenico Criscito will not be in Italy’s Euro 2012 squad.
The Corriere dello Sport is suggesting that Italian champions Juventus are interested in Andrea Ranocchia and Cristian Zapata.
The agent of Domenico Criscito is adamant that the player has done nothing wrong after his room at Italy’s Coverciano training base was searched by police.
Roma will make contact with Palermo at some stage this week to enquire about the availability of Matias Silvestre.
French giants Marseille are the latest side to show an interest in available Juventus winger Milos Krasic.
Siena’s Franco Brienza is convinced that boss Giuseppe Sannino will do well with Palermo next season.
Vincenzo Montella is now being paired with the Fiorentina job after links with former club Roma cooled.
Udinese have confirmed that Juventus are interested in Kwadwo Asamoah, but insist it’s still too early for a deal to be done.
Philippe Coutinho is convinced that he will be able to be a part of the new Inter being created by Andrea Stramaccioni.
Roma will reportedly talk to Pescara boss Zdenek Zeman at some stage on Monday about becoming the new Coach in the capital.
Stefano Mauri of Lazio has been arrested, while Domenico Criscito’s national team room and the home of Juventus boss Antonio Conte have been searched by police as part of the betting probe.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Italy tried out the 4-3-1-2 system in training today with Riccardo Montolivo as trequartista behind Mario Balotelli and Antonio Cassano.
Andrea Dossena’s agent confirms he discussed the Napoli winger’s future with Milan, although “there has not been a formal offer.”
David Pizarro has returned to Roma after his Manchester City spell and pledged to “end my playing career” at the Olimpico.
Catania talent Francesco Lodi admits he was “disappointed” to be left out of Italy’s Euro 2012 squad. "I thought I'd done enough."
There are reports Napoli have pin-pointed the ideal replacement for Ezequiel Lavezzi – Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic.
Carlos Dunga has been linked with the Fiorentina and Lazio benches, but insists he “must choose a club where I can work without them changing the tune.”
Milan will give Alexander Merkel back to Genoa next season, confirmed Rossoblu director of sport Stefano Capozucca.
Miroslav Klose has thanked Lazio for revitalising his career ahead of Euro 2012. “I have found a family here.”

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