NEWS

Inter are targeting Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini and Portugal international Joao Mario.
Juventus will discuss a contract renewal with Leonardo Bonucci, as player and club seem set to ignore Manchester City’s €60m offer.
Benfica have reportedly asked Juventus to take midfielder Hernanes on loan with option to buy.
Napoli are making another attempt for Axel Witsel after the Zenit star failed to complete his move to Everton.
Carlos Bacca’s agent is expected to meet West Ham United next week after Milan received a formal €30m offer.
Antonio Candreva’s agent confirms “Lazio and Napoli have an agreement, the player likes the destination and we requested personal terms.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Simone Inzaghi should be presented to the media on Saturday morning and Lazio announce they are suing Marcelo Bielsa for €50m.
Mediaset Premium claim Marko Pjaca has changed his mind and is now leaning towards Juventus rather than Milan.
Marcelo Bielsa quit Lazio after they failed to buy any of his targets, believed to include Enner Valencia, Alexandre Pato and Steve Mandanda.
Milan are making an approach to Chelsea for Juventus transfer target Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Fabio Capello considers Portugal to be “the favourites” in the Euro 2016 Final against hosts France on Sunday.
Sky Sport Italia note Juventus do not need to sell Paul Pogba and the player has no particular intention of leaving.
Marcelo Bielsa released a statement confirming why he refused to take over at Lazio, citing broken promises.
Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra must terminate his contract with Nike before signing for Napoli, claim the latest reports.
Riccardo Montolivo is impressed with new Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and says their first objective “is to create team spirit.”
Despite the chaos over their Coach, Lazio are reportedly continuing talks with West Ham United for Enner Valencia.
Christian Maggio is “50 per cent likely to remain” at Napoli, said his agent, despite links with Watford.
Gianluca Caprari has officially been sold to Inter, who loaned him straight back to Pescara for the 2016-17 season.
Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli assures “Germany-France was the best” match to officiate at Euro 2016 – better even than the Final.
In a sensational twist, Davide Santon will not be joining Sunderland after “talks between the two clubs” broke down.
Simone Inzaghi is “very happy” and arrived to discuss terms to take back the Lazio job after Marcelo Bielsa’s shock resignation.
Sampdoria have beaten Roma to the €4m deal for Patrick Schick, confirmed the Sparta Prague striker’s agent.
Roma will meet with Real Madrid next week to advance negotiations for Nacho Fernandez.
President Enrico Preziosi reveals Genoa turned down offers for Tomas Rincon and “like” Empoli defender Federico Barba.
Napoli are reportedly close to snapping up Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra, claim the Corriere dello Sport.
Werder Bremen confirmed they are in “advanced talks” with Sampdoria for defender Niklas Moisander in a deal worth almost €2m.
Antonio Candreva seems very close to leaving Lazio for Napoli in a deal worth €28m, including bonuses.
Roma have finally completed the signing of defender Mario Rui from Empoli for €9m plus bonuses. “I’ve joined one of the best clubs in the world.”
Napoli presented their new Kappa KombatSkin kit for 2016-17, with a sponsor on the back as well as the front.
Italy and Southampton striker Graziano Pellè is set to join Shandong Luneng for £13m, claim Sky Sports UK.
Marcelo Bielsa's resignation implies that Lazio are no longer looking to sign Alexandre Pato.
West Ham apparently have a deal with Milan for Carlos Bacca, whom they'll meet next week, but reports are somewhat conflicting.
Dinamo Zagreb director Tomislav Svetina surprisingly claims Milan have no deal in place for Marko Pjaca.
Bologna have officially signed Federico Di Francesco, who looks forward to facing his father Eusebio at Sassuolo.