Claudio Marchisio has reiterated his loyalty to Juventus by stating “my hopes and ambitions always have the same colours.”
Roma are reportedly looking to beat Inter and Juventus to the signing of Atalanta’s Bryan Cristante.
Juventus will meet Cagliari today to discuss North Korean striker Han Kwang-song, according to reports.
Davide Massa has been announced as the referee for this Sunday’s clash between Inter and Roma.
Federico Bernardeschi says he “never had any doubts” about joining Juventus and “the two teams who will fight for the Scudetto are ourselves and Napoli”.
Former Juventus midfielder Michael Laudrup urges people to stop comparing Paulo Dybala to Lionel Messi - “I don’t think it benefits him”.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik says the Scudetto is his “main objective”, but admits he could miss Atalanta on Sunday.
Sampdoria midfielder Dennis Praet confirms talks with Juventus, but insists a deal hasn’t been done yet.
Kalidou Koulibaly says he and his Napoli teammates are looking to “end the Juventus hegemony” this season.
Beppe Marotta explained how Juventus went about replacing Antonio Conte with Max Allegri when pre-season training had already begun.
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta confirms they are trying to sign Emre Can. “We respect Liverpool, but also respect the rules and regulations.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reveals they “closed the deal for Paulo Dybala while Milan and Inter were hesitating.”
Chelsea appear to have requested Emerson Palmieri on loan with option to buy for €20m, but Roma want more guarantees.
The Chelsea offer on the table for Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri is reported to be in the region of €20-25m.
It’s reported Juventus target Emre Can will hold further contract talks with Liverpool this month.
Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon insists “there’s no perfect recipe” for success.
UEFA’s European Club Footballing Landscape report lays bare Serie A’s issues with stadiums, with a 3 per cent drop in gate receipts.
Juventus and Inter are in Europe’s top 20 for broadcast revenue, but the champions are still behind the likes of Southampton and Leicester City.
UEFA’s benchmarking document puts Milan’s net summer transfer spend at €203m, second only to Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter were the only Serie A club to crack UEFA’s top 20 in terms of total spectators last season.