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Milan and Inter have emerged as the top-paying clubs in Serie A, but Manchester City have the highest sports salaries in the world.
Javier Mascherano remains a top transfer target for new Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez, it’s reported.
“We expect goals and great performances from Mario Balotelli, not problems,” insisted FIGC President Giancarlo Abete.
Italy go head-to-head with Norway for top spot in their Under-21 European Championship group.
Roma are expected to announce that Rudi Garcia is their new Coach after he flew to New York for talks with President James Pallotta.
Dejan Stankovic is on the verge of rescinding his contract with Italian giants Inter, claims Sky Sport Italia.
Versatile Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng is set to make a return to international football with Ghana.
Antonio Cassano has underlined his desire to star for Inter and the Italian national side in the future.
Giuseppe Sannino has reportedly agreed to leave Palermo in exchange for a two-year contract with Chievo Verona.
Milan have made no contact with Bologna regarding a possible bid for Italian international Alessandro Diamanti.
Imposing Argentine defender Diego Martin Novaretti is just a medical away from signing for Lazio.
Deciding the future of Mattia Perin will be high on the priority list of new Genoa sporting director Daniele Delli Carri.
Fiorentina have agreed personal terms with Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez, a report in Germany suggests.
Real Madrid have told Italian champions Juventus that they’ll have to dig deep into their pockets if they want to sign Gonzalo Higuain.
Fabrizio Miccoli plans to continue playing football for the next two years after his Palermo contract expired.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti claims the club have no plans to sell Andrea Ranocchia or Fredy Guarin.
Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel will continue to form Udinese’s attack in the new campaign, maintains Andrea Carnevale.
Manolo Gabbiadini will either play for Atalanta or Juventus in the new campaign, say the Bergamo club.
Italy’s Confederations Cup campaign hasn’t got off to the best start after a portion of their food supplies were seized by customs officers on arrival in Brazil.
Devis Mangia’s Italian Under-21 side will be looking for at least a point against Norway in tonight’s European Championship tie.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli is keen to take advantage of his country’s inclusion in this month’s Confederations Cup.
Roma have wrapped up a deal with Udinese for Mehdi Benatia, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli will again test the 4-3-3 system in Tuesday’s international friendly against Haiti.
Sunderland last night confirmed the capture of Modibo Diakite on a free transfer from Italian club Lazio.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan’s Adriano Galliani has once more stated that there has been no offer for Stephan El Shaarawy this summer, amid Manchester City’s apparent interest.
Cagliari have been granted the first bit of good news in months regarding their stadium situation, as modification work on Is Arenas is approved.
Bologna are reportedly talking with Rolando Bianchi over a deal this summer, as they look to replace Alberto Gilardino.
Cyril Thereau has reiterated that his future lies away from Chievo and that he has spoken with Fiorentina, but he would like a move to Milan.
Paul Pogba has taken the chance today to once more affirm his future is with Juventus, as links with a return to England continue.
The Gazzetta dello Sport are running the line that Milan have enquired at Paris Saint-Germain over the availability of Javier Pastore.
Roma are reportedly very close to announcing the capture of Lille Coach Rudi Garcia ahead of next season.
Sampdoria have underlined that they will not listen to any summer offers for young midfielder Pedro Obiang.
The agent of Palermo’s Josip Ilicic insists his client wants to stay in Italy. “He’s fascinated by the Fiorentina project.”
Livorno claim Inter and Milan are interested in forward Paulinho – but neither can afford to sign him.

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