World Cup 2014
Italy suspicion 'insults' Croatia
Croatia’s Coach Slaven Bilic and players insist it is an “insult” to think they’ll draw with Spain to knock Italy out, while mocking the betting scandal too.
Cakir ref for Italy-Ireland
The referee for Italy’s crunch match with Ireland is Turkish official Cuneyt Cakir, who sent off Mario Balotelli last season.
Genoa confirm Acerbi 'pact' with Milan
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi admits Monaco are in talks with Alberto Gilardino and they have “a pact” with Milan for Francesco Acerbi.
Fiorentina: 'No Chelsea offer for Jovetic'
Fiorentina have silenced transfer rumours by announcing “no offers have come in for Stevan Jovetic, not even from Chelsea or Napoli.”
Sampdoria interview Benitez
Having been turned down by Mauricio Pochettino, Sampdoria are reportedly offering the job to ex-Inter Coach Rafa Benitez.
Trap: 'I won't do Italy any favours'
Giovanni Trapattoni warns he will not make too many changes for the Republic of Ireland’s last game, as otherwise “people will say I’m favouring Italy.”
Parma-Juve: 'Giovinco to auction'
Sebastian Giovinco’s future could be decided in a blind auction, admit Parma and his agent, as talks with Juventus are delayed again.
How will Italy approach Ireland?
Cesare Prandelli confirmed he’ll consider three or four changes against Ireland, so the Italian media consider the options.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
England edge Sweden in thriller
England and Sweden played out an exhilarating Group D clash at Kiev’s Olympic Stadium, one that eventually went the way of the English.
France brush aside Ukraine
France defeated co-hosts Ukraine on Friday evening in Donetsk, after a thunderstorm delayed play for 55 minutes.
Roma close to Merkel
Roma are reportedly on the verge of agreeing a deal with Genoa to sign midfielder Alexander Merkel.
UEFA investigate ‘banana throwing’
UEFA are set to investigate a report that a banana was thrown on to the pitch during Italy’s draw with Croatia in Poznan this Thursday.
Insigne set for Napoli stay
Lorenzo Insigne will spend pre-season with Napoli, with the hope of earning a place in the squad for next term.
Juve to scrap US tour?
Antonio Conte has reportedly asked Juventus officials to reconsider taking the club to America this pre-season.
FIGC trust Del Bosque and Spain
Italian Football Federation President Giancarlo Abete has dismissed fears of Spain and Croatia doing a deal to eliminate Italy from Euro 2012.
Casiraghi believes in qualification
Former Italian Under-21 boss Gigi Casiraghi is confident that the Azzurri can qualify for the quarter-finals of Euro 2012.
Gattuso unveiled by FC Sion
Milan idol Gennaro Gattuso has been presented to the media after he signed a two-year contract with FC Sion.
Italy to change players – not shape
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli says he could make up to four changes to the team that will face the Republic of Ireland – but Daniele De Rossi will remain in a three-man defence.
Buffon: An Italy win will do!
Italy captain Gigi Buffon is confident Spain won’t be looking for a 2-2 draw against Croatia which could eliminate the Azzurri from Euro 2012.
Milan go on a transfer diet
Adriano Galliani has revealed Milan’s transfer plans for the summer after the club opted to reject Paris Saint-Germain’s bid for Thiago Silva.
Julio Cesar wants Inter future
Julio Cesar has responded to suggestions that Inter are pondering a bid for Udinese’s Samir Handanovic. “I’m staying.”
Jovetic to meet with Montella
Fiorentina will make a decision on the future of Stevan Jovetic after the player has spoken with new boss Vincenzo Montella.
Still no Juventus-Verratti deal…
The agent of Marco Verratti is unaware of any deal between Pescara and Juventus for his young client.
Mangia on Siena radar
Former Palermo tactician Devis Mangia is a possible contender to replace Giuseppe Sannino at Siena.
Udinese aim to keep Handanovic
Udinese have admitted that Inter are keen on Samir Handanovic, but they don’t intend to sell the goalkeeper.
Spain have no plans to draw
Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque says drawing 2-2 with Croatia on Monday in order to eliminate Italy is not in their plans.
Bonucci defends Chiellini mistake
Leonardo Bonucci has refused to blame Italy teammate Giorgio Chiellini for Croatia’s equaliser in the 1-1 draw.
One mistake cost Italy, says Montolivo
Italy made just one error in the game against Croatia and they paid the price for it, says Riccardo Montolivo.
Boban: Why take off Balotelli?
Zvonimir Boban believes that Cesare Prandelli made a mistake in taking Mario Balotelli off in the 1-1 draw between Italy and Croatia.
Zoff rues wasted Italy chances
Italian legend Dino Zoff thinks the Azzurri did enough in the first 45 minutes of their 1-1 draw with Croatia to win the game.
Rossi transfer ruled out
The agent of Giuseppe Rossi has admitted that his client is unlikely to leave Villarreal until he has fully recovered from injury.
Isla in Turin for Juve medical
Mauricio Isla has moved a step closer to joining Juventus after the Udinese man arrived in Turin for his medical.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Thiago Silva 'act of heroism' by Milan
Vice-President Adriano Galliani has described the decision to reject PSG’s €47m bid for Thiago Silva as “an act of heroism” from Milan President Silvio Berlusconi.
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