NEWS

After beating Sweden 1-0, Antonio Conte noted “who would’ve expected that after two games Italy would qualify for the Round of 16?”
Eder scored at the 88th minute to give Italy a 1-0 victory over Sweden and secure qualification for the Euro 2016 Round of 16.
Ex-Roma Coach Rudi Garcia is reportedly very close to being appointed by Southampton.
Sweden midfielder Albin Ekdal warned Giorgio Chiellini “can be a swine” on the pitch, “but everyone wants a player like that.”
Alberto Paloschi has completed his transfer from Swansea City to Atalanta. “I am truly happy to play for my hometown club.”
Italy make just one change for their meeting with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden in Toulouse, introducing Alessandro Florenzi.
As Euro 2016 kicks into gear, which Italy stars will be attracting transfer interest from Premier League clubs this summer?
Join us for all the build-up and action from Italy’s second Euro 2016 match against Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden.
Sweden star Zlatan Ibrahimovic expects 'an awesome match' against Italy: 'They are my second home, we must do our best'.
Spanish reports deny claims by Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne's agent that he is being targeted by Barcelona.
Roma look to sell all defenders but Kostas Manolas, and bring in Genoa's Cristian Ansaldi, Real Madrid's Nacho, and Borussia Monchengladbach's Nico Elvedi.
Reports confirm that Alessandro Florenzi will be fielded against Sweden, but Italy's remaining starters are unchanged.
Roma made an offer to take Newcastle United's Georginio Wijnaldum on a loan deal with an expensive purchase clause.
Roma will be giving Umar Sadiq to Bologna on a loan basis, to the disappointment of Crotone.
Inter want Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi, not least because it lets them balance the regulation requirements for the Europa League.
Milan are thinking of bringing in Marco Giampaolo as new Coach, and they'd sign Palermo's Franco Vazquez for him.
Marek Hamsik dedicates his Slovakia goal to the Napoli fans and dismisses talks of a transfer.
Slovakia and Napoli star Marek Hamsik is impressed by Italy: 'I didn't expect such a team of fighters!'
Reports suggest Napoli have beaten Juventus for Pescara's Gianluca Lapadula and will sign him officially on Tuesday.
Juventus are trying to sign Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel in exchange for Roberto Pereyra and cash, foiling Roma's plans.
Sassuolo have a deal with Atletico Madrid to sell Sime Vrsaljko, but getting to Sampdoria's Lorenzo De Silvestri may be difficult.
Incoming president Zhang Jindong is trying to speed up the legal process to take control of Inter, which he'll model as an NBA club.
Incoming Lazio Coach Marcelo Bielsa will reportedly try and block the sale of Antonio Candreva, but his odds of making it seem low.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is in talks with Chelsea, but there are disagreements over his future salary.
Italy go into their second Euro 2016 game against Sweden with only one new player compared to Belgium, say reports.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Poland were left ruing missed chances, as they played out a stalemate with Germany.
Diego Maradona declares Inter striker Mauro Icardi “is dead to me” after the Maxi Lopez controversy.
Sporting director Erdal Torunogullari says Besiktas would rather keep Mario Gomez than sign Mario Balotelli.
Gabriel Paletta’s agent reveals “Milan want to keep him, so he should stay”.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero confirms Ante Budmir is “close” and Roberto Soriano won’t join Napoli.
Paul Pogba denies he made a rude gesture in France’s win over Albania - “I did my usual dance”.
Northern Ireland stunned Ukraine, running out 2-0 winners in rainy Lyon.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent is reportedly in Spain, as he moves closer to a transfer to Atletico Madrid.
CT Antonio Conte looks to quell hype around Italy - “feet on the ground, we’ve done nothing”.