Roma's curse with defenders continues, but Edo Dalmonte argues that balancing their finances should be Roma's priority.
The capture of Antonio Candreva from Lazio signals an important turning point in Inter’s restless summer, writes Richard Hall.
Richard Hall gives credit to Sassuolo’s debut in the Europa League and the long hard struggle it celebrates.
Juventus completed their two-match tour of Australia this week ahead of the new season. Luca Cetta was in Melbourne to get a close-up look at Bianconeri preparations.
Paul Pogba’s future has been the subject of debate all year long, but in the end Juventus will always be a winner, writes Vincent Van Genechten.
Whist rivals Juventus are busy strengthening their squad, Napoli’s deals are failing at the eleventh hour, writes Chloe Beresford.
The price-tag for Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain is big, writes Vincent Van Genechten, but for Juventus this is about so much more.
After disposing of Spain, David Swan writes, Italy now face a Germany team that's better technically but poorer mentally.
Italy's win against Spain gives them sweet revenge, believes Richard Hall, as they prepare to face their classic rivals Germany.
There is much more than tactics to Italy-Spain, argues Andrea Tallarita, and most of it lies beneath the surface.