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Tuesday January 16 2018
Bologna in for Gabbiadini

Bologna reportedly want to bring Manolo Gabbadini back to Italy, but Southampton may not let him leave in January.

The Rossoblu held a meeting with Riccardo Orsolini’s agent yesterday, but Sky Italia reports they also held discussions over the former Napoli forward.

Gabbiadini has been identified as a target either now or in June, depending on when the Saints would be willing to let him leave.

His agent also met with Bologna, as he’s keen to bring his client back to Italy in the near future.

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Friday January 5 2018
Agent: 'Walcott likes Serie A'

Theo Walcott has been linked with Milan, Inter and Roma, as the Arsenal man’s agent confirmed “he would like to play in Serie A.”

The 28-year-old England international is worried that a lack of playing time will cost him his place at the World Cup this summer.

He made only for substitute appearances in the Premier League, but still contributed four goals and five assists in 13 competitive games.

“I know that Theo would like to play in Serie A,” agent Warwick Horton told Tuttomercatoweb.

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Wednesday January 3 2018
Walcott offers himself to Milan?

The Corriere dello Sport newspaper claims Arsenal and England forward Theo Walcott offered himself to Milan for a January transfer.

The 28-year-old is under contract to June 2019 and has been with the Gunners since January 2006.

His playing time has been very limited this season, making only four substitute appearances in the Premier League, nonetheless contributing four goals and five assists in 13 competitive games.

It’s reported he is concerned that he’ll lose his spot in the England squad going to the 2018 World Cup this summer.

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Wednesday December 27 2017
Alex Sandro given €60m price-tag

Juventus would be willing to sell Alex Sandro for €60m, according to Tuttosport, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea interested.

The Brazilian left-back was the subject of a bidding war last summer, but he and the club resisted proposals believed to be up to €70m.

His performances this season and the fact they already have Leonardo Spinazzola on the way following his loan spell with Atalanta means the situation has changed.

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Thursday November 16 2017
‘Football? I prefer beer and BBQ…’

Dani Osvaldo reveals he left football because “I prefer beer and barbecue to money”.

The former Juventus, Roma and Southampton striker retired from football to pursue a career in rock & roll, and he insists he has no regrets.

“I decided to quit at Boca, there was too much gossip,” Osvaldo recalled, speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport.

“I couldn’t go out, I was afraid of people. I couldn’t do it anymore. I had offers from China and clubs in the Champions League, but I was detached.

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Monday November 13 2017
World Cup Liveblog: Italy v Sweden

Join us for all the build-up, action and post-match comments from Italy’s decisive World Cup play-off with Sweden at San Siro.

A deflected Jakob Johansson shot means the Azzurri must win 1-0 to force extra time or 2-0 to qualify directly to the tournament in Russia.

It kicks off in Milan's Stadio Giuseppe Meazza at 19.45 GMT.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

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Monday November 13 2017
Line-ups: Italy-Sweden

Jorginho gets his first competitive start for Italy with Manolo Gabbiadini and Alessandro Florenzi for the World Cup play-off against Sweden.

It kicks off at San Siro at 19.45 GMT, follow all the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

The first leg ended 1-0 in Solna on Friday evening thanks to a Jakob Johansson shot that was deflected off Daniele De Rossi.

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Monday November 13 2017
Italy-Sweden: Probable Line-Ups

Italy are expected to start Jorginho, Alessandro Florenzi and Manolo Gabbiadini in the decisive World Cup play-off against Sweden.

The Azzurri lost the first leg 1-0 in Solna on Friday due to a deflected Jakob Johansson strike and the place in Russia will be assigned tonight.

The second leg kicks off at Milan’s San Siro at 19.45 GMT.

With Marco Verratti suspended, Simone Zaza and Leonardo Spinazzola injured, Coach Giampiero Ventura is leaving Danilo D’Ambrosio in the stands.

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Sunday November 12 2017
Italy-Sweden: Probable Line-Ups

Italy are expected to give Jorginho and Manolo Gabbiadini rare competitive starts in the decisive World Cup play-off against Sweden.

The Azzurri lost the first leg 1-0 in Solna on Friday due to a deflected Jakob Johansson strike and the place in Russia will be assigned on Monday.

The second leg kicks off at Milan’s San Siro at 19.45 GMT.

With Marco Verratti suspended, Simone Zaza and Leonardo Spinazzola injured, Coach Giampiero Ventura is leaving Danilo D’Ambrosio in the stands.

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Wednesday October 25 2017
Gabbiadini admits Italy desire

Manolo Gabbiadini admits “I can’t say that I don’t think about going back” to Italy and that “I didn’t think I’d become a professional footballer.”

In a wide-ranging interview with Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Gabbiadini also expressed his happiness with life at Southampton and playing in Premier League, as well as giving an insight into his humble beginnings – and passion for Netflix.

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