NEWS

Juventus have dismissed speculation that new signing Fernando Llorente could be moved on before the transfer window closes.
Mathieu Flamini has re-joined Arsenal after his contract at Italian giants Milan expired in June, claims the Daily Mail.
The father of Luca Marrone is confident Juventus will make the right decision when it comes to the future of his son.
Milan's Christian Abbiati is delighted that last season’s efforts have now been rewarded with a place in the Champions League.
Simone Pepe is hoping he can make a contribution to Juventus’ season after his injury nightmare in 2012-13.
Juventus, Napoli and Milan will today be told the names of their Champions League group stage opponents for the 2013-14 campaign.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Adriano Galliani assured Max Allegri’s threat to resign was “a joke,” but confirmed he requested a centre-forward.
Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan owe a debt to their goalkeeper after beating PSV. “Thank goodness for Christian Abbiati!”
Tonight’s results mean Juventus and Milan are in Pot 2 for tomorrow’s Champions League draw.
Massimiliano Allegri vented his anger at media and pundits after Milan’s Champions League win. “I might resign tomorrow…”
Mario Balotelli said Milan “killed” PSV Eindhoven with a 3-0 victory in the Champions League play-off.
Kevin-Prince Boateng bagged a surprise brace along with Mario Balotelli, as Milan swept PSV aside 3-0 to enter the Champions League.
Inter winger Ezequiel Schelotto confirmed he’ll undergo a medical with Sassuolo tomorrow. “I want to have a great year.”
Adem Ljajic said goodbye to Fiorentina fans after his move to Roma and denied reports he had a pre-contract agreement with Milan.
Juventus have loaned Italy Under-21 international Fausto Rossi to Real Valladolid with option to buy.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti admits “we can’t get it wrong” against PSV in tonight’s Champions League play-off.
In an unexpected twist, Lazio President Claudio Lotito claims he has “made no offer” for Galatasaray’s Burak Yilmaz.
Francesco Guidolin acknowledges Udinese have a mountain to climb in the Europa League play-off with Slovan Liberec.
Milan look to Mario Balotelli, Stephan El Shaarawy and Kevin-Prince Boateng against PSV in the Champions League play-off.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella will field “the best players” for tomorrow’s Europa League play-off with Grasshoppers.
Alessandro Diamanti has officially signed a contract extension holding him to Bologna for another five years.
Erik Lamela declared he is “proud to have played for Roma and hope one day to return. Now I hope to do well with Tottenham.”
There are reports Juventus have agreed a deal with Manchester United for Nani, while Richmond Boakye joins Elche.
Burak Yilmaz’s agent has confirmed they’re ready and waiting for Lazio to agree terms with Galatasaray. “There’s no problem with us.”
Roma have officially accepted Tottenham’s £25.75m bid for Erik Lamela and signed Adem Ljajic from Fiorentina.
Vincenzo Montella said Adem Ljajic’s move to Roma was “inevitable and painless,” as Ante Rebic signed today.
The agent of Inter midfielder Joel Obi has rubbished reports that the Nigerian could join Parma.
Inter look to have lost out on Samuel Eto’o, with reports suggesting that the striker will sign for Chelsea.
Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia has denied reports he could leave the club, whilst also praising Walter Mazzarri.
Several reports in the Italian media this afternoon have claimed that Erik Lamela has all-but completed his move to Tottenham.
Lyon look to have beaten Bologna to Fenerbahce winger Milos Krasic, reports in the Turkish Press have suggested.
New Roma signing Gervinho has spoken of his pride at joining the capital club and reuniting with Coach Rudi Garcia.
Reports in the Italian Press have claimed that Napoli could make a late move for veteran midfielder Enzo Maresca.
Christian Maggio’s agent has insisted that his client is more than happy in Naples, and wants to go to next year’s World Cup.

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