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Marcelo Brozovic is “torn,” said his agent, “but I think Inter want to sell him” to Arsenal or Chelsea.
Roberto Di Matteo, linked with Everton and Aston Villa, is reportedly in talks for the Lazio job.
The Italy training camp has concluded and Antonio Conte will name his preliminary Euro 2016 squad on Monday.
Wojciech Szczesny admits he “learned more in four months under Luciano Spalletti than 10 years in England.”
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Walter Mazzarri’s agent explains he “will bring his methodology to English football” with Watford.
Belgian newspapers claim Axel Witsel has given the all-clear to join Roma, but Zenit are asking for €20m.
Inter President Erick Thohir and advisors are in China to complete the sale of shares to Suning Commerce Group.
Shocking reports from Livorno, where a fan punched goalkeeper Carlo Pinsoglio in the face after the team’s relegation.
Inter are reportedly in talks with both Arsenal and Chelsea for goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
The Colombia squad for the Copa America includes Serie A players Juan Cuadrado, Carlos Bacca, Jeison Murillo and Cristian Zapata.
Chelsea have reportedly raised their offer for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan to €42m.
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In what could well be considered a snub to Milan, President Silvio Berlusconi won’t be at tonight’s Coppa Italia Final with Juventus.
Watford have officially appointed Walter Mazzarri as their new Coach on a three-year contract.
Andrea Pirlo and Sebastian Giovinco’s agent reveal they could still be in Italy’s Euro 2016 squad.
Miralem Pjanic opened the door to Juventus by admitting “if a formal offer reaches Roma, then we’ll see.”
Rumours are gathering pace that Real Madrid want to poach Juventus director of sport Fabio Paratici.
Feyenoord announced Tonny Vilhena will not renew his contract, so Inter are in talks for a free agent swoop.
There are reports Juventus agreed a €25m deal with Palmeiras for Gabriel Jesus, but his agent warns he’ll cost €40m.
The Coppa Italia Final is this evening, as we look at the likely line-ups from Milan and Juventus.
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Gonzalo Higuain, Lucas Biglia and Facundo Roncaglia are in the Argentina squad for the Copa America, but not Paulo Dybala.
Walter Mazzarri’s agent confirmed a three-year Watford contract. “He chose the quality of the project.”
The Serie B promotion play-offs will start with Cesena-Spezia and Bari-Novara next week, then Trapani and Pescara come in.
Italian media report Walter Mazzarri has agreed terms with Premier League club Watford.
Livorno and Modena are relegated to Lega Pro, while Lanciano go into the play-outs after a dramatic head-to-head, while Cagliari win the Serie B title.
Former Inter and Genoa striker Diego Milito will retire from football tomorrow night.
Roma ended their season with a 4-3 defeat to Al Ahly in the United Arab Emirates.
Lucas Digne “would really like to continue my adventure at Roma” but Paris Saint-Germain can’t agree a deal.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi hails Juventus’ “winning mentality” but “all teams have flaws”.
Cristian Brocchi says Milan must show the same “spirit and desire” as Juventus to win the Coppa Italia.
Riccardo Montolivo admits the Coppa Italia final is “the last chance” for Milan to prove themselves.
Director general Mauro Baldissoni confirms “Francesco Totti will continue to play for Roma”.
Massimiliano Allegri says it’s “very probable” that Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala will start for Juventus in the Coppa Italia final tomorrow.