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Fede, don't be hasty
Federico Chiesa has every top club interested, but Giancarlo Rinaldi assures there are plenty of reasons to stay at Fiorentina for one more season.
De Ligt charmed by new Old Lady
Considering the wealth of offers on the table from the world’s biggest clubs, Elio Salerno explains why Matthijs de Ligt chose Juventus.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall pays tribute to a Serie A icon after news that Sinisa Mihajlovic is battling leukaemia.
Lukaku perfect for Inter
With Inter continuing their pursuit of Romelu Lukaku, Vilizar Yakimov sees the Belgian as the perfect fit for both Antonio Conte and Lautaro Martinez.
Atalanta squatters at San Siro
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall knows allowing Atalanta to play Champions League games at San Siro makes sense, but still feels wrong.
Toro charge towards Europe
With Torino unexpectedly given a shot at the Europa League, Jay Cassano evaluates where the squad needs to improve.
Everybody loves Jordan
Jordan Veretout has become the hot property of the summer transfer window, something Fiorentina fan Giancarlo Rinaldi was really not expecting.
Introducing Pau Lopez
Pau Lopez becomes the eighth most expensive ever shot-stopper, so Massimo Nuzzo outlines the strengths and weaknesses of Roma’s new sweeper-keeper.
Inter hard-line stance is risky
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall appreciates Inter’s new hard-line disciplinary stance, but it could backfire on Antonio Conte.
A different Milan with Theo
New Milan purchase Theo Hernandez brings characteristics suited to Marco Giampaolo’s football, explains Sam Wilson.
Bring Calcio back to basics
The best defences win titles, so Inter, Napoli and Juventus are bringing the focus back to solidity, insists Kaustubh Pandey.
The Italianisation of Internazionale
Antonio Conte is transforming the very template of what it means to be an Inter team, argues Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall.
Bologna can believe with Mihajlovic
Having pulled off a miraculous escape from relegation, Bologna are looking to take the next step with Sinisa Mihajlovic, writes Vijay Rahaman.
The last temptation of Gigi
Gianluigi Buffon’s return to Juventus after just one year benefits both player and club, assures Giancarlo Rinaldi, and is far tastier than reheated soup.
Juventus can tame Rabiot
The often fiery Frenchman joined Juventus on a free transfer and Vilizar Yakimov thinks Adrien Rabiot will be the missing piece of the midfield puzzle.
Godin means business
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the arrival of Diego Godin and argues why he has a case for being Inter’s signing of the summer.
Azzurre can't keep up with Holland
Italy capitulated to Holland and their own exhaustion, but Andrea Tallarita believes this Women’s World Cup opened up a new era.
Sampdoria the surprise package
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall believes Eusebio Di Francesco’s Sampdoria could be the surprise package this season.
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