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Walter Mazzarri hailed Mauro Icardi and Mateo Kovacic, but insisted he wouldn’t like to be a national team Coach.
Rolando’s agent said he is “waiting, as there are several clubs interested” in the Porto defender, including Inter and Roma.
Among the “many complicated clauses” in Alvaro Morata’s Juventus contract is reportedly a €100m buy-out.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
There are reports Arturo Vidal has put his house in Turin up for sale, fuelling rumours of a Juventus exit.
Sunderland have reportedly raised their offer for Fiorentina’s Marcos Alonso to €2.5m plus Modibo Diakite.
Udinese’s first international friendly of the season was a goalless draw with German club St Pauli.
Alessandro Matri opened his account with a brace in Genoa’s 8-0 victory over Val Stuba.
Fiorentina beat Greek side Kalloni 3-0 with Josip Ilicic, Federico Bernardeschi and Mario Gomez on target.
Roma have signed Leandro Paredes on loan from Boca Juniors with option to buy after his Chievo spell.
Sampdoria beat Val di Susa 10-0 with Manolo Gabbiadini celebrating a poker and Pawel Wszolek impressive.
Cagliari owner Tommaso Giulini reportedly refused to negotiate with Lazio over Davide Astori.
Torino forward Alessio Cerci is considering his future, but reportedly favours Inter more than Milan.
World Cup Final referee Nicola Rizzoli welcomes the ‘vanishing spray’ to Serie A, but has an issue with goal-line technology.
Mario Gomez is raring to go after an injury-ravaged season and says top three is “not only a dream” for Fiorentina.
Sampdoria are reportedly targeting Alexandre Pato or Samuel Eto’o for this season.
Roberto Pereyra is within hours of joining Juventus, as he was left out of Udinese’s friendly against St Pauli.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta praised Alvaro Morata and promised “we are finalising other deals over the next few days.”
Alvaro Morata said he “had my heart set on Juventus and Serie A is without doubt one of the best Leagues in the world.”
Inter transfer target Daniel Pablo Osvaldo has gone AWOL from Southampton’s pre-season training.
Milan are in the race for Nani with Inter and Juventus, but might wait for Manchester United to lower the €14m tag.
Alvaro Morata is officially a Juventus player after completing his medical in a €20m deal with Real Madrid.
Pavel Nedved reveals Antonio Conte quit Juventus because “he no longer had the energy to continue and had wanted to resign in May.”
Inter legend Javier Zanetti was reportedly carjacked in Argentina at gunpoint last night.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes “would like Adel Taarabt to stay,” but there is interest from Milan, Inter and Napoli.
Torino have officially signed goalkeeper Vlada Avramov, who was out of contract at Cagliari.
While Chelsea’s Romelo Lukaku is reportedly close to Everton, Italian media claim Juventus are still in the running.
Yann M’Vila explains why he turned down more lucrative offers to join Inter. “I above all considered the project.”
Kalidou Koulibaly “simply couldn’t say no” to Napoli and Rafa Benitez, so is ready to learn from Serie A.
Spanish paper Sport claims it’s a ‘bidding war’ between Barcelona and Bayern Munich for Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado.
Antonio Di Natale reportedly turned down €10m wages at Guangzhou Evergrande to stay with Udinese.
Napoli are closing in on Bayer Leverkusen’s €12m-rated German international midfielder Christoph Kramer.
French media claim Roma presented a formal offer to Monaco for Yannick Ferreira Carrasco.
Sampdoria have officially signed midfielder Joseph Alfred Duncan on a two-year loan from Inter.
Inter’s decisive meeting with Cardiff City for Gary Medel has reportedly been postponed until Monday.

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