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Balotelli is back in town
Mario Balotelli returns to Serie A with his home-town club Brescia and Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall wonders if he'll finally find stability.
Atalanta not ready for Champions League
La Dea might’ve kept almost all their best players, but Vilizar Yakimov thinks Atalanta are unprepared for the challenges that lie ahead.
Sarri can free Douglas Costa
Maurizio Sarri’s arrival can finally free Douglas Costa to show just what he can do at Juventus, argues Kaustubh Pandey.
Sourcing the Suso solution
Suso’s strengths and weaknesses as a winger could be just as crucial in a trequartista role for Milan, writes Elio Salerno.
Parma up, down and back again
Top flight debutants to UEFA Cup winners and plummeting back down to Serie D, Parma are climbing the Calcio ladder again, writes Vijay Rahaman.
Dybala still has much to give Juventus
Juventus need to think twice before letting a talent like Paulo Dybala leave, as Anthony Barbagallo insists La Joya can shine for Maurizio Sarri.
Lukaku worth the risk for Conte
Antonio Conte has wanted the Belgian for years, so Sam Wilson analyses how Romelu Lukaku will fit in to this Inter side.
Badelj comeback feels right
Milan Badelj is returning to Fiorentina just a year after his free transfer to Lazio, but Steven Moore believes it’s best for all concerned.
Lozano is just what Napoli need
With Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano seemingly close to Napoli, Massimo Nuzzo considers what the Mexican winger can bring to the Partenopei.
Mandzukic one of a kind
Mario Mandzukic doesn’t appear to be part of Maurizio Sarri’s plans, but Vilizar Yakimov thinks Juventus would be wrong to lose the big Croat so easily.
Viola desperately seeking strikers
Fiorentina were the home of Gabriel Batistuta and Luca Toni, so Giancarlo Rinaldi finds their current crop of forwards a painful sight.
Don't sleep on Donnarumma
Brescia are back in Serie A and Alfredo Donnarumma is a name you’ll be hearing a lot this season, explains Kaustubh Pandey.
Time's up for Rugani
Daniele Rugani takes one step forward and two back at Juventus, as Wayne Girard warns it’s time to move on.
Sensi-ble Inter investment
Inter have already made their best buy of the season and Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall assures it’s Stefano Sensi.
Juventus wrong to ditch Cancelo
Selling Joao Cancelo to Manchester City and receiving an inconsistent Danilo in the deal makes no sense for Juventus, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
Derby della Lanterna shines brighter
Genoa and Sampdoria are revamping this season with raised ambitions, explains Vijay Rahaman, but uncertainty in the boardroom.
With opening Serie A fixtures against Fiorentina and Juventus, Massimo Nuzzo explains why the tough start to the season is an advantage for Napoli.
Juve's Joya short-lived
Paulo Dybala arrived in a blaze of glory and certainly had some highlights, but Elio Salerno feels La Joya never quite delivered on his Juventus promise.
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