Roma are prepared to pay €16m to sign Wojciech Szczesny permanently from Arsenal, according to reports.
Claudio Ranieri has been named as FIFA Best Men’s Coach but admits he’s “always hungry to do more”.
A decision on Marco Storari’s future will be made today, with the Cagliari goalkeeper joining Milan or Genoa.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Vincenzo Montella is “painting a masterpiece” at Milan, and also praises Inter’s Stefano Pioli.
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Reports suggest Sead Kolasinac has accepted Juventus, but he’ll only arrive in January if Patrice Evra leaves.
Reports in Spain suggest Sevilla sporting director Monchi has confirmed that he’ll leave to join Roma.
Patrice Evra’s agent says it’s “premature” to talk about his client leaving Juventus but admits he’s “confused”.
West Bromwich Albion and Southampton are both reportedly €7m short of the asking price for Napoli’s Manolo Gabbiadini.
Multiple reports say Stevan Jovetic’s move to Sevilla is done, with the forward leaving Inter on loan with a €14m option to buy.
Tomas Rincón had “no doubt” about joining Juventus as he believes “they’re the biggest Italian team”.
Kwadwo Asamoah admits “it was hard give up” the Africa Cup of Nations but “I wanted to stay and help Juventus”.
Leicester City’s Claudio Ranieri has been named as Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2016, beating Zinedine Zidane and Fernando Santos.
Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas confirms “there was contact” with Juventus for Corentin Tolisso, but they won’t sell in January.
Juventus full-back Dani Alves has been included in the FIFPro World XI for 2016.
Stevan Jovetic is set to leave Inter for Sevilla, but he’s been fined for giving an unauthorised interview.
Juventus reportedly met with an intermediary in Milan, as they look to secure Sead Kolasinac from Schalke 04.
Reports suggest Sino-Europe Sports will take out a loan to ensure their takeover of Milan is completed in time.
Lucas Biglia confirms he and Lazio “are talking about” a new contract, but “these aren’t easy things to settle”.
On a weekend that saw Juventus set a new all-time record of 26 consecutive Serie A home wins Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 19.
The agent of Lorenzo Tonelli says the defender “always believed” he could play for Napoli and is now ready to be an “important” player at the San Paolo.
Sevilla have finally agreed a deal with Inter to sign Stevan Jovetic, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Bologna are reportedly targeting a double deal for Atletico Madrid forward Alessio Cerci and Juventus left-back Paolo De Ceglie.
Genoa have reportedly made a late attempt to steal Cagliari goalkeeper Marco Storari from Milan.
Roberto De Zerbi reportedly stands to lose €500,000 if he rejects Maurizio Zamparini’s imminent offer of returning to Palermo.
Pescara have announced the signing of veteran striker Alberto Gilardino from Empoili.
Monchi insists Steven N’Zonzi is close to signing a new contract with Sevilla but Leonel Vangioni “isn’t an option”.
Sevilla sporting director Monchi says his club remain “optimistic” about signing Inter striker Stevan Jovetic.
The agent of Manolo Gabbiadini has confirmed that the striker will leave Napoli for either the Premier League or Bundesliga.
Former Sweden athletics coach Ulf Karlsson, who accused Zlatan Ibrahimovic of doping, has been made to pay damages of €2,500.
Valencia are reportedly refusing to give up on signing Juventus duo Patrice Evra and Simone Zaza.
Palermo have completed the signing of striker Stefan Silva from Swedish side Sundsvall on a four-and-a-half year contract.
Reports suggests that Fiorentina could move for Napoli misfit Emanuele Giaccherini, should Milan Badelj leave in January.
Torino have officially completed the signing of APOEL cente-back Carlos Roberto Da Cruz.
Watford and Swansea are reportedly targeting Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia.