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Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has described Max Allegri as a lucky man after he was hired as Juventus Coach.
Xabi Alonso’s agent has denied rumours that Napoli have made an offer for his client.
Danilo D’Ambrosio believes that the Inter fans ‘have a right to dream’ ahead of the new season.
Simone Scuffet has turned down the chance to join Atletico Madrid, according to reports this afternoon.
Adem Ljajic’s agent has insisted that Juan Iturbe’s arrival at Roma won’t force his client out.
Udinese defender Gabriel Silva believes that the Zebrette will have a good season with Andrea Stramaccioni at the helm.
Stephan El Shaarawy has sent his condolences to everyone at Padova, after the club went into liquidation.
With Toni Kroos joining Real Madrid, Napoli could capitalise on Xabi Alonso’s uncertain future by making a move.
Mauro Icardi has conceded that it gives him ‘great satisfaction’ to hear that his shirt is the best-selling in the Inter club shop.
Juventus’ first training session with Massimiliano Allegri at the helm is set to begin, and the Coach has revealed he can’t wait to start.
Cagliari striker Marco Sau has admitted that he is excited to be working with Coach Zdenek Zeman again.
Massimiliano Allegri may have begun his reign as Juventus boss, but the players still have their minds on Antonio Conte.
Giuseppe Rossi has insisted that he wants to return to the Italy team, despite being left at home for the World Cup.
Salih Ucan has been presented as a Roma player this afternoon, and hopes to be part of a successful side in the capital.
Tommaso Ghirardi hopes both Antonio Cassano and Gabriel Paletta stay put at Parma, whilst he pays tribute to Antonio Conte.
Reports in Italy today reiterate that Antonio Conte held ‘intensive talks’ with Milan in May and reached a deal in principle to be their next Coach.
One FIFA agent has backed Antonio Conte in his decision to not continue with Juventus, calling it a mark of his ‘professionalism’.
Training at Juventus at the start of new Coach Massimiliano Allegri’s era takes place for the first time today.
Diego Lopez’s agent says that Napoli have not made a request for the goalkeeper and that he is intent on staying at Real Madrid.
Massimo Ferraro has reassured that he ‘agrees with Sinisa Mihajlovic’ over strengthening the Sampdoria team, as he explains losing out on Walter Samuel.
Milan have been linked with making a possible move this summer for Real Madrid’s Isco Alarcon, should they negotiate Robinho’s exit.
Nicola Rizzoli has lifted the lid on a confused Christoph Kramer and explained how he found out he’d be officiating the 2014 World Cup Final.
As reports suggest Adriano Galliani will stay in Italy to work on Milan’s transfer market, he apparently hints at ‘a small gift’ for the fans.
Federico Marchetti has reportedly indicated to Lazio supporters during pre-season that his intention is to stay put this summer.
An ‘abnormal heart rhythm’ has sidelined Barcelona full-back and reputed Roma target Adriano for four to six weeks.
Italy’s poor World Cup showing at Brazil ’14 has seen them drop five places in the FIFA World Rankings to 14th.
Atletico Madrid’s recruitment drive reportedly has them shopping in Italy and interested in Napoli’s Valon Behrami.
Vincenzo Montella is reportedly considering using Federico Bernardeschi next season at Fiorentina in a more advanced role.
The Lega Serie A have presented an image of the new Nike football that clubs in Serie A will be taking to the pitch with for 2014-15.
Leonardo Bonucci’s motivational coach Alberto Ferrarini has explained why he sees Antonio Conte’s departure from Juventus as a good thing.
Juventus’ change in Coach has reportedly brought about a new list of objectives in the summer transfer window.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
After Manchester City talks failed, it’s reported Chelsea are now interested in Roma defender Mehdi Benatia.
Juan Manuel Iturbe is officially a Roma player after agreeing a €22m move from Hellas Verona.
Andrea Stramaccioni’s Udinese debuted with a crushing 11-0 victory over Friuli Venezia Giulia.

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