Today marks the 50th birthday of Juventus Coach and former Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Former Cagliari and Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has officially completed his takeover of Brescia.
It was officially confirmed today that Atalanta now own their stadium, and are free to redevelop it, but historically that hasn’t been easy in Italy.
Saturday proved miserable for Serie A clubs in friendly action, with Sampdoria and Bologna trounced and only Lazio beating overseas opposition.
Massimo Cellino insists he is “rational” after buying Serie B side Brescia but warns “it’s possibly madness” and that “my prayers won’t be enough.”
Former Cagliari and Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino is heading back to Italy with the purchase of Serie B side Brescia.
Arsenal full-back Carl Jenkinson is reportedly the subject of a bidding war between Verona, Cagliari and Sassuolo.
Cagliari have officially confirmed the signing of Italy Under-20 international Filippo Romagna from Juventus.
The first match of the 2017-18 Serie A season will be Juventus-Cagliari on August 19, while Roma-Inter is on Saturday August 26.
The opening round of the Serie A 2017-18 season has been drawn up, including Inter-Fiorentina, Crotone-Milan, Verona-Napoli and Atalanta-Roma.
You can watch the live ceremony of the 2017-18 Serie A fixtures being drawn up this evening.
The Serie A fixtures will be announced tonight, with several rules governing the process.
Federico Bernardeschi will reportedly undergo a medical with Juventus on Monday – and he should be joined by Cagliari defender Dario Del Fabro.
Former Cagliari midfielder Davide Di Gennaro confirms he has joined Lazio. “I’m very happy, proud and honoured to be here.”
Marco Borriello has officially put pen to paper on a new contract with Cagliari, potentially keeping him in Sardinia until 2019.
Chile international Mauricio Isla is ready to leave Cagliari by mutual consent to sign for Fenerbahce, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi is heading towards Benevento and the Aquile could replace him with Davide Di Gennaro of Cagliari.
Marco Andreolli has signed a two-year deal with Cagliari after Inter released him at the end of his contract.
Cagliari sporting director Giovanni Rossi admits that while Antonio Cassano “is a champion”, “up top we’re all set.”
Former Italy attacker Antonio Cassano has confirmed his desire to join Cagliari. “I’d go there in a heartbeat.”