NEWS

Juventus have set their sights on Sporting Gijon teenage centre-back Jorge Mere Perez.
Thai investor Bee Taechaubol continues talks with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi at his villa in Sardinia.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic said Lazio “perhaps paid too much” to Genk for his contract, but he hopes to play Juventus in the Super Cup.
Walter Zenga admits he saw no signs of the “total nightmare” Sampdoria would have, losing 4-0 to Vojvodina in the Europa League.
Stevan Jovetic is in the Inter squad to face Galatasaray, but Xherdan Shaqiri, Danilo D’Ambrosio and Yuto Nagatomo are dropped again.
Stevan Jovetic explains why he is so happy to join Inter. “I had problems at Manchester City, but I wasn’t the only one.”
Sassuolo look to have won the race with Torino and Palermo to sign Cesena striker Gregoire Defrel.
Former Italy striker Daniel Osvaldo is ready to join FC Porto as a free agent, two years after Roma sold him for €17m.
Leo Messi, Neymar and Javier Mascherano are out of Barcelona’s International Champions Cup game with Fiorentina.
Schalke 04 Coach Andre Breitenreiter “will oppose” the sale of Julian Draxler to Juventus target Julian Draxler.
Sampdoria Coach Walter Zenga has cancelled his Twitter account after reaction to their 4-0 Europa League defeat.
Paris Saint-Germain Coach Laurent Blanc admits Salvatore Sirigu's situation is 'not simple' as the signing of Kevin Trapp may force him out.
Sevilla's Ciro Immobile reassures supporters after being stretchered out in yesterday's friendly: 'I'm fine'.
Goalkeeper Simone Scuffet looks set to leave Udinese for Serie B club Como, in spite of interest from Atletico Madrid and Fiorentina.
Cesare Prandelli believes Galatasaray's Felipe Melo will be a strong addition to Inter's roster, while Alex Telles is a fine option too.
Former Azzurri Coach Cesare Prandelli believes Inter struck the best possible deal in signing Stevan Jovetic: 'He's a champion'.
Roma have crushed Barcelona's competition for Fluminense's Gerson with an offer of €18m, but they may wait another year for the player.
Inter and Napoli are contemplating the possibility of a swap between Jose Maria Callejon and Juan Jesus, say reports.
Roma are closer than ever to agreeing terms with Manchester City for Edin Dzeko at €22m (£15.4m).
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Milan can aim higher than top three with two new buys and sniped at Pippo Inzaghi. “I brought back desire to work.”
Torino continue their pursuit of Hull City and Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez with a meeting today.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said new Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “is similar to Fabio Capello and we expect a good season.”
Fiorentina are keeping an eye on Alvaro Negredo after reports Valencia offered the striker to Sevilla.
Milan are raising their bid for Roma defender Alessio Romagnoli to €28m, just €2m off the asking price.
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Italian reports claim Napoli and Leicester City have agreed a fee for Gokhan Inler, but the player turned the move down.
Italy striker Ciro Immobile’s appearance for Sevilla against Watford lasted only five minutes before he was stretchered off.
Sergej Milinković-Savić’s move to Lazio is reportedly a done deal, with the player set to sign a five-year contract.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri has named a 26-man squad for the friendly with Marseille, with Roberto Pereyra returning.
Genoa have officially completed the signing of Olivier Ntcham from Manchester City on a two-year loan deal.
Mr Bee is set for more talks with Milan over the weekend, but it’s reported Silvio Berlusconi does not want Doyen Sports’ involvement.
Andrea Pirlo believes Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli can still become ‘one of the top forwards in Europe’.
Daniele Rugani is reportedly set to sign an extension to his Juventus contract, remaining in Turin until 2020.
Wojciech Szczesny is in the Roma squad for the trip to face Sporting CP in Lisbon, with Gervinho also returning.
Schalke 04 have reportedly told Juventus they must complete a deal for Julian Draxler by Sunday, or not at all.

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