Antonio Sanabria’s agent confirms the Roma striker has had “contact” with Tottenham Hotspur.
Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo confirms Sime Vrsaljko will sign from Sassuolo.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis confirms Napoli want Ciro Immobile but “not at any price”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms Milan want Franco Vazquez, but takeover talks are delaying the deal.
Spain Coach Vicente Del Bosque says Italy aren’t just about defence, but are “more direct” than 2012.
Antonio Candreva has once again trained separately for Italy, making him a doubt for the Spain game.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani urges Gianluca Lapadula to choose Napoli but “I can’t hold anyone at gunpoint”.
Thiago Motta won’t retire from Italy duty, but his agent acknowledges “this will probably be his last call-up”.
Paulo Dybala confirms he won’t go to the Olympics with Argentina, as Juventus “are aiming to win the Champions League”.
Juventus will reportedly offer Paul Pogba an improved contract to ward off Real Madrid interest.
Milan are looking to hijack Manchester United’s move for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to reports.
Miralem Pjanic reveals the reason he swapped Roma for Juventus - “I’m hungry for trophies”.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi confirms Domenico Berardi will join Juventus next season.
Milan are offering €18m plus Rodrigo Ely and Jose Mauri in exchange for Palermo's Franco Vazquez, but it may not be sufficient.
Paris Saint-Germain's Salvatore Sirigu is set for a return to Italy and Fiorentina may be his new home.
Juventus may force Marseille to accept their terms for Michy Batshuayi, whilst selling Simone Zaza to Wolfsburg.
Roma are interested in Milan Badelj, but Fiorentina are reportedly inflexible on the terms for a transfer.
Lucas Digne wishes to stay at Roma and Paris Saint-Germain may be willing to sell him for €10m.
The reform of Italy's youth league, the Campionato Primavera, was initially rejected but could be subject to a second vote.
Napoli have turned down Stoke City's €25m offer for Manolo Gabbiadini, say reports, but West Ham could join the race.
Roma are probing for Manchester City's Pablo Zabaleta and Inter's Juan Jesus, say reports.
Inter's new board of directors will be decided on Tuesday, June 28, with Zhang Jindong's son likely to become the new president.
Lazio are targeting Southampton's Graziano Pelle, but may also turn to Sevilla's Ciro Immobile or Fernando Llorente.
Pescara's Gianluca Lapadula still hasn't chosen between Napoli, Juventus and Sassuolo for his future, but should decide tomorrow.
Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi will meet his agent today to decide on Inter's offer, indirectly affecting the future of Lazio's Antonio Candreva.
Ivan Perisic suddenly turned into Inter's most wanted player, with Barcelona, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain all showing interest.
Marko Pjaca's impressive performances with Croatia gained him the interest of Fiorentina, Roma and Inter, but the price is getting steep.
Spain's Andres Iniesta admits Italy are 'a powerful rival in Euro 2016, who improved greatly not just in defence but in possession'.
The decision on Marcello Lippi's eligibility as technical director of Italy has been deferred to the beginning of next month.
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Martin O’Neill hailed “a great achievement” as Ireland beat Italy to qualify for a Round of 16 encounter with hosts France.
Thiago Motta brushed aside the defeat to Ireland and insisted Italy “are confident against Spain because we know our strengths and weaknesses.”
Italy face Spain on Monday in Paris, but there’s a British Derby, Croatia-Portugal, Germany-Slovakia and France-Republic of Ireland too.
Italy’s reserves failed to impress David Swan in a defeat to the Republic of Ireland.
Salvatore Sirigu assured “it will be a different Italy” against Spain after a late defeat to the Republic of Ireland.