With Roma’s move for Malcom up in the air, Tom Scholes looks at the player the Giallorossi would be getting - or missing out on.
Post Yonghong Li, Elliott have begun taking the necessary measures to shake up the technical staff at Milan, move on the market and spark new hope, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Chelsea fans may have concerns about Gonzalo Higuain, but as Cronan Yu explains, the move could benefit Maurizio Sarri, Alvaro Morata and Juventus.
As Carlo Ancelotti prepares to reinvent Marek Hamsik as Napoli’s deep-lying playmaker, Emmet Gates looks at the Slovak’s suitability to the role.
Though the competition for Serie A’s four allotted Champions League spots will be tightly contested, it will remain Milan’s ambition in 2018-19, writes Matthew Santangelo.
It has been an impressive transfer campaign for Inter, but Richard Hall feels they are still in desperate need of a full-back like Sime Vrsaljko.
Maurizio Sarri is Italian like Antonio Conte, but Chelsea fans will learn the similarities largely end there, writes Nick Valerio.
Cristiano Ronaldo is officially a Juventus player, so why did Real Madrid sanction the sale of their greatest-ever goalscorer? Football Espana’s Livio Caferoglu has the answers…
The 2018 World Cup has concluded and Italy fans like Giancarlo Rinaldi found it an oddly empty experience watching from the outside.
Juventus should be applauded for raising their ambitions on and off the field with Cristiano Ronaldo, writes Daryl Hammond.
The Scudetto contenders might grab all the headlines, but Serie A's mid-table sides are really strengthening this summer, explains Billy Wilkinson.
After Yonghong Li failed to repay his loan, Elliott have seized control and are working towards rebuilding Milan’s image, writes Matthew Santangelo.
With a list of proven winners, emerging talent and four teams back in the Champions League, Serie A is making a huge step up, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival is not just a game-changer for Juventus, but for all of Serie A, off the field as much as on it, argues Emmet Gates.
Cristiano Ronaldo is undoubtedly a huge boost for Juventus and Serie A, but Susy Campanale doesn’t see this as a compliment.
The 2006 World Cup winner surprised many with his Paris Saint-Germain move, but Nick Valerio believes it was the best decision for goalkeeper and Juventus.
Carlo Ancelotti might not have the tactical guru tendencies of Maurizio Sarri, but his practicality is what Napoli have been missing, writes Richard Hall.
Juventus' pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo may well exceed €100m, but Adam Digby believes the Real Madrid superstar is small change for what he'll do on and off the field.