Serie A’s referees for Week 3 are announced as Marco Di Bello gets the weekend under way, overseeing Juventus-Sassuolo on Saturday.
Ivan Juric believes Giovanni Simeone has what it takes to “continue Leonardo Pavoletti’s legacy and be Genoa’s centre forward for the future”.
Lorenzo De Silvestri insists Torino “have every reason to have a great season” after being unveiled by the club on Thursday.
Juan Mauri has followed his younger brother Jose out of Milan by joining Lega Pro side Paganese on a season-long loan.
There is reportedly “complete breakdown” between Matteo Darmian and Jose Mourinho, opening the door for the right-back to leave Manchester United.
Matias Fernandez could be facing a month out after the Milan midfielder reportedly tore his left hamstring while on international duty for Chile.
Umberto Gandini says Milan’s change of ownership and a “desire to grow” prompted his departure to Roma.
Gennaro Gattuso is hoping speculation linking Paolo Maldini and Demetrio Albertini with Milan returns bears fruition “because they’re needed”.
Former Milan and Barcelona star Ronaldinho has confirmed that he will retire from football next year and hinted at a future in music.
Antonio Di Natale believes Roma should retire their No 10 shirt once the “beautiful and extraordinary” Francesco Totti stops playing.
Marcello Lippi will reportedly become the world’s highest-paid Coach after agreeing a return to Guangzhou Evergrande.
Mino Raiola says Paul Pogba is “where he wants to be”, Mario Balotelli needs to be “more like Zlatan” and Gianluigi Donnarumma can “become the best”.
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has revealed that his club are “open” to the idea of Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison returning to Loftus Road.
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Leonardo Bonucci will reportedly be offered a new contract worth €5m per year as Juventus aim to keep Manchester City and Chelsea at bay.
Gabigol confirmed he will move to Inter next week, but is bringing his physiotherapist and other members of his entourage.
Javier Zanetti trusts the Suning Group “want to do great things” with Inter and has advice for Mauro Icardi.
It’s reported Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart could be allowed to leave Manchester City on a permanent basis for a cut-price fee.
Ternana scraped a 1-0 victory over Gennaro Gattuso’s Pisa, who played practically the entire match with 10 men.
Russian reports suggest Zenit have offered Axel Witsel a new contract, but he has his heart set on Juventus.
Crystal Palace are expected to resume their bid for Genoa midfielder Tomas Rincon, facing competition from Inter and Roma.
Bologna confirm goalkeeper Alfred Gomis is out for 30-40 days after breaking his hand, leaving the club without a shot-stopper.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero urged “not very intelligent” Antonio Cassano to walk away, “otherwise he’ll spend a year under the duvet.”
According to reports in Spain, Diego Simeone will leave Atletico Madrid in 2018 and already has a deal lined up with Inter.
Gonzalo Bergessio seems set to join San Lorenzo, despite interest from Palermo, Chievo and Pescara.
Paolo Maldini is stunned by Silvio Berlusconi selling Milan, but warns “there’s really nothing” in his potential return to the club.
Milan tried to poach Fabio Paratici from Juventus, but he turned them down, so they look elsewhere for a sporting director.
Federico Di Francesco, the son of Sassuolo Coach Eusebio, could follow his father’s footsteps by playing for Roma.
Joao Mario had his first training session with Inter and wants “to prepare in the best way for the game against Pescara.”
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta reassured Stephan Lichtsteiner and Claudio Marchisio, calling the Champions League “an objective.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta was “satisfied with the transfer market, but not everything went as we hoped,” including Paul Pogba.
Beppe Marotta confirmed Axel Witsel’s transfer to Juventus “is just delayed” from Zenit and Blaise Matuidi “wanted to come here.”
Milan are looking for a new director of sport and the favourites are Daniele Pradè and Sean Sogliano.
Alberto Gilardino “really needed this new challenge” at Empoli, as the veteran “still has passion, hunger and the desire to do well.”
Good news for Roma, as Antonio Rudiger has been given the all-clear to resume training after a knee ligament injury.