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Daniele Rugani takes one step forward and two back at Juventus, as Wayne Girard warns it’s time to move on.
Inter have already made their best buy of the season and Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall assures it’s Stefano Sensi.
Selling Joao Cancelo to Manchester City and receiving an inconsistent Danilo in the deal makes no sense for Juventus, writes Anthony Barbagallo.
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.
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.
Milan sacrificed Patrick Cutrone and paid €35m to Lille for Rafael Leao, but Vilizar Yakimov sees the Portuguese talent as a risk well worth taking.
Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall looks at the deal for Romelu Lukaku and asks if this really is the right move for Juventus?
The Biancocelesti consistently seem to be on the verge of greatness, but Sam Wilson feels it's an exciting time to be a Lazio fan.
Roma can provide the outlet Gonzalo Higuain needs to reboot his career after Juventus, Milan and Chelsea struggles, writes Emmet Gates.
Juventus must embrace Merih Demiral, as Anthony Barbagallo insists the Turkish centre-back boasts the same potential as Matthijs de Ligt. 
Football Italia’s Chief Correspondent Richard Hall wonders if Napoli’s approach to the transfer market is proving counter-productive...
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has progressed continually at Lazio and is ready for the Manchester United move, argues Kaustubh Pandey.
Marco Giampaolo’s new Milan revolves around the midfield, so Steven K Moore considers the revamped Rossoneri.
Brescia are back in Serie A after nine years and Vijay Rahaman believes the Rondinelle can surprise people this season.
Torino start their Europa League campaign against Debrecen and Vilizar Yakimov warns the Granata need a strong home result.
Paul Pogba could’ve become the world’s top midfielder and guided Juventus to the Champions League if he’d stayed, argues Anthony Barbagallo.
Antonio Conte threw Ivan Perisic on to the increasingly crowded Inter scrapheap, writes Football Italia Chief Correspondent Richard Hall.

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