It's revealed that Milan are offering Rodrigo Bentancur a five-year contract, although the deal may still take a while.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan threw away a 2-0 lead from M’Baye Niang’s brace for a 3-2 defeat to Sassuolo, meaning Celta Vigo win the Trofeo TIM.
Milan are stepping up talks for Rodrigo Bentancur and Boca Juniors Vice-President admits “it’ll be hard to keep him if the offer is over €10m.”
Serie A new boys Cagliari impressed in a 1-1 draw with Hamburger SV, as Marco Borriello, Bruno Alves and Mauricio Isla made their debuts.
There are reports Napoli won’t be able to count on new signing Lorenzo Tonelli for two months due to injury.
Italy and Albania drew 0-0 in the first Under-21 international friendly of the season.
An experimental Sassuolo fell 1-0 to Celta Vigo in their first Trofeo TIM mini-match and they’ll play Milan next.
Sampdoria gave a more than decent account of themselves in a 3-2 defeat to Barcelona in the Gamper Trophy.
Vincenzo Montella believes Milan “are working on an ambitious and risky idea of football” after their Trofeo TIM match with Celta Vigo.
Luciano Spalletti assured Roma “will be ready for Porto” in their Champions League play-off after a 1-0 friendly win over Latina.
Carlos Bacca missed two sitters in a 0-0 draw with Celta Vigo, but Milan won their first Trofeo TIM mini-match on penalties.
Federico Fazio scored in his first Roma appearance, while Thomas Vermaelen also made his debut in a 1-0 win over Latina.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali confirmed Alessandro Matri “is the right man for us,” but also target Mauricio Pinilla and Khouma Babacar.
Chievo confirm they “would like” Mario Balotelli, but “we doubt Liverpool would just give him away. He’s not a priority.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Inter will go for Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne if they fail to secure Gabigol from Santos.
Frank de Boer will have to wait for his Inter debut, as tonight’s friendly with Borussia Monchengladbach has been cancelled.
“Italy were close to glory” at Euro 2016 and Giampiero Ventura can “continue the work begun by Antonio Conte,” said FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio.
New Inter Coach Frank de Boer “can’t wait to experience the Milan Derby” and hints there might not be any more signings.
Walter Mazzarri gave his first Press conference as Watford Coach and promised focus, but denied reports his smoking upset players.
Napoli held a three-hour meeting with Mauro Icardi’s entourage and increased the wage offer, but the bid to Inter remains €62m.
Espanyol and Real Betis are eager to bring Napoli midfielder David Lopez back to Spain.
Blerim Dzemaili is on his way back to Serie A for Bologna, as Sky Sport Italia claim a deal is done with Galatasaray.
Leicester City are leading the race for Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes by offering a reported €22m (£18.9m).
Norway international Haitam Aleesami found the Palermo “project convincing” and is impressed by Coach Davide Ballardini.
There are reports Mauro Icardi was so upset at Roberto Mancini’s Inter exit that he burst into tears, fuelling the desire for a Napoli move.
Roma have reportedly put Vasilis Torosidis on the transfer market, as Kostas Manolas seems set to sign a contract extension.
Amadou Diawara has reportedly turned down a €17m offer from Aston Villa, as the Bologna rebel has his heart set on Roma.
Italian reports suggest Fiorentina have struck a deal to sign Lokomotiv Moscow and Croatia defender Vedran Corluka.
It’s reported Juventus aren’t interested in Rodrigo Bentancur, so Milan are free to make a formal offer.
It’s reported Nemanja Matic has told Chelsea that he wants to be allowed to move to Juventus.
New Juventus signing Marko Pjaca declares “I want to win the Champions League”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini rules-out a move for Mario Balotelli - “we can’t solve his problems”.
Santos’ President denies Leicester and Atletico Madrid have bid for Gabigol - “so far we’ve only had offers from Juventus and Inter’.
Carlos Bacca’s agent won’t rule out a move to West Ham United - “let’s wait and see”.