A swap deal between Andre Silva and Radamel Falcao is suggested with Monaco, but Milan should resist, argues Matthew Santangelo.
Maurizio Sarri had to know what he was getting himself into when he signed a contract with Aurelio De Laurentiis’ Napoli, argues Marco D’Onofrio.
While their early outings showed Roberto Mancini’s Italy still have much work to do, Adam Digby highlights the performances of three players who look set to play vital roles for this new-look Azzurri.
Gigi Buffon’s decision to refuse an international swansong at the Juventus Stadium is the correct call, writes Richard Thomas.
Italy and the Netherlands are the notable absentees from this summer’s World Cup and both must now look to the future, writes Nick Valerio.
Itis time for Marco Verratti and Mario Balotelli to move on, as another year in France would do them more harm than good, argues Vilizar Yakimov.
Carlo Ancelotti's arrival could represent a seismic power shift in Italian football towards Napoli, writes Anthony Barbagallo, and end the Juventus hegemony.
After UEFA refused a settlement agreement, Milan’s possible punishment casts a cloud over their summer plans and future, writes Matthew Santangelo.
In some ways, Maurizio Sarri is the ideal Coach for Roman Abramovich's Chelsea, but Daryl Hammond worries he won't get the time to prove it.
Mario Balotelli returns to the Italy squad after four years out and Richard Hall believes the Azzurri have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.