World Cup 14
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
VIDEO: Balotelli goes Bond
Puma have released a teaser of their new ad in which Mario Balotelli channels his inner James Bond.
Garcia: 'Wonderful' Roma-Fiorentina
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia expects “a truly wonderful clash” with Fiorentina in the opening Serie A round.
Di Francesco starts with mentor Zeman
Eusebio Di Francesco is “happy to be facing Zdenek Zeman” as pupil takes on master in the opening Serie A round.
Parma bow to Monaco
Parma lost 2-0 to AS Monaco in their pre-season friendly thanks to a Joao Moutinho brace.
Pioli: 'Lazio ready for Milan'
Lazio boss Stefano Pioli sees “an exciting start” to the Serie A season against Milan at San Siro.
Mazzarri: 'Torino a tough opener'
Walter Mazzarri expects a “very difficult” start to Inter’s season against Torino, but is already targeting Juventus.
Bergessio set for Sampdoria
It’s widely reported Catania striker Gonzalo Bergessio will join Sampdoria this week for €3m plus add-ons.
Montella: 'Roma extra motivation'
Vincenzo Montella said facing Roma in the opening game will be “extra motivation” for Fiorentina.
Cagliari: Almunia and Capuano
Cagliari hinted they are set to sign Manuel Almunia and Marco Capuano, sending Dario Del Fabro to Pescara.
Full Serie A 2014-15 fixtures
The full Serie A fixtures for the 2014-15 season have been drawn up with Max Allegri's Juventus visiting Milan in Week 3.
Genoa stand by Tavecchio
Genoa reaffirmed their support for FIGC candidate Carlo Tavecchio and confirmed a deal for Tomas Rincon.
Inzaghi: 'A tough start'
Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi sees a “tough start to the season” and is looking forward to Juventus in Week 3.
Callejon inspires Napoli
Napoli swept Kalloni aside 3-1 with Jose Callejon’s brace, but Valon Behrami and Blerim Dzemaili were frozen out.
Tavecchio: 'I apologised 20 times'
Carlo Tavecchio reiterated he “apologised one, two, 20 times” for his “unfortunate comment.”
SERIE A 2014-15 FIXTURES
The Serie A fixtures have been drawn up with Roma-Fiorentina and Milan-Lazio in Week 1, Milan-Juventus in Week 3.
Marotta on Romulo and Vidal
Juventus dg Beppe Marotta confirmed Romulo within 24 hours and “we’ll be happy to keep Arturo Vidal if he wants to stay.”
Milan: 'Olympiacos for Robinho'
Adriano Galliani confirmed an Olympiacos offer for Robinho and Mario Balotelli is “99.999 per cent” staying at Milan.
Galliani: 'Milan support Tavecchio'
Adriano Galliani confirmed Milan continue to support Carlo Tavecchio for the FIGC Presidency despite a racism row.
Albertini: 'Tavecchio a bad example'
Demetrio Albertini, the other FIGC candidate, said Carlo Tavecchio’s racist comment “speaks for itself.”
Mazzarri: 'I know Van Gaal...'
Walter Mazzarri is confident Inter can trouble Manchester United after beating Real Madrid. “I know Louis Van Gaal...”
Robinho agent denies Besiktas bid
Robinho’s agent insists there is “no contact with Besiktas” despite reports of a €4m offer for the Milan man.
Cagliari: 'Tavecchio not a red card'
Cagliari won’t withdraw support for Carlo Tavecchio. “His comments were an own goal, not a red card offence.”
Official: Parma buy Cassani
Mattia Cassani has officially signed a three-year contract with Parma in a deal with Fiorentina.
Empoli will 'discuss' Tavecchio
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi admits Serie A patrons will “discuss” Carlo Tavecchio’s racism row during today’s fixtures ceremony.
Official: Lazio net De Vrij
Lazio have confirmed Stefan De Vrij “will undergo his medical tomorrow morning” after a deal with Feyenoord.
Minala: 'Tavecchio scandal ridiculous'
Carlo Tavecchio received support in his racism scandal from Lazio’s African talent Joseph Minala. “I am grateful.”
Napoli drop Behrami and Dzemaili
Valon Behrami and Blerim Dzemaili are not even on the bench for Napoli’s friendly with Kalloni, so exits are imminent.
Cesena: 'Free vote for FIGC'
Cesena are the latest Serie A club to abandon Carlo Tavecchio. “I had to read his statements four times to be sure they were real.”
Dutch ref for Torino in Europa
Torino’s Europa League tie against Brommapojkarna on Thursday will be officiated by a Dutch referee.
Tavecchio: 'I won't back down'
Carlo Tavecchio is refusing to withdraw from the FIGC Presidential election after racist comments. “I have support.”
Chiellini still striving for success
Giorgio Chiellini has assured fans that despite Antonio Conte’s departure Juventus will continue to strive for success.
Jonathan: Inter only gave 30 per cent
Inter defender Jonathan believes that the Nerazzurri only played at ’30 per cent’ of their potential last season.
Antonsson re-signs for Copenhagen
Mikael Antonsson has officially left Bologna to sign for former club Copenhagen, it has been confirmed.
Besiktas offer €4m for Robinho
Besiktas are the latest team to offer Robinho the chance to leave Milan, if reports are to be believed.
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