NEWS

SPAL have officially signed Switzerland defender Johan Djourou from Turkish side Antalyaspor on a free transfer.
Elliott Management chief Paul Singer has assured fans that the hedge fund ‘recognises the prominent place Milan occupy in the football world’.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has closed the door on a Napoli return for Edinson Cavani. “I haven’t signed him and won’t sign him.”
Milan have heralded ‘the dawn of a new era’ as their new board promises ‘a clear pathway to the Champions League’.
Leonardo’s appointment as Milan’s new general manager is reportedly imminent, while the club have ‘already identified’ their new CEO.
Manchester City have reportedly overtaken Chelsea and Barcelona in the race for Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has told Napoli fans that ‘I’m your Edinson Cavani’ in response to calls for the striker’s return.
Napoli have officially loaned out Gennaro Tutino, Zinedine Machach and Roberto Insigne.
Sassuolo have announced the signing of attacking midfielder Jeremie Boga from Chelsea, who retain a buyback clause.
Paolo Scaroni says it is a ‘great honour’ to become Milan’s new President, while the investment of ‘important resources’ are promised.
Milan have officially confirmed Paolo Scaroni as their new President following the exits of Marco Fassone and Li Yonghong.
Napoli are reportedly considering former Milan veteran Marco Storari as their third-choice goalkeeper.
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti assures ‘the signs are all positive’ that Mauro Icardi will reject Real Madrid’s interest and sign a new contract.
Eusebio Di Francesco says Roma ‘hope to meet Alisson in the Champions League and beat him’ after the goalkeeper’s transfer to Liverpool.
Italy CT Roberto Mancini believes Cristiano Ronaldo’s willingness to ‘reopen himself to criticism’ via his move to Juventus should be ‘appreciated’.
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Sky Sport Italia reports Milan have held talks to sign Real Madrid striker Karim Benezma.
The draw for the 2018-19 Coppa Italia has been confirmed, with the preliminary rounds getting under way next weekend.
Francesco Totti admits Roma ‘couldn’t say no’ to selling Alisson for €75m and ‘hopes Cristiano Ronaldo does well’ for Juventus.
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has reacted to Aurelio De Laurentiis’ ‘old’ jibe by calling the Napoli President a ‘nutter’.
Former Milan owner Li Yonghong has warned Elliott Management that ‘I’m ready to fight’ the ‘careless and predatory vulture fund’ for the club.
Milan striker Nikola Kalinic has reportedly refused to accept his World Cup runners-up medal after being dropped by Croatia.
Suso has warned Milan’s rivals that his club ‘are here and alive’ after ‘suffering’ during their Europa League ordeal.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will reportedly have his favourite food and trusted computer delivered to England.
Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso wants to keep Leonardo Bonucci ‘at all costs’ but admits ‘choices must be respected’.
Fiorentina say they ‘respect’ the decision to reinstate Milan to the Europa League. “We’re used to earning our participation on the pitch...”
Roma are expected to appeal the three-month ban handed out by UEFA to President James Pallotta.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola claims it would have been a ‘mistake’ if the ‘exceptional’ Jorginho joined his club instead of Chelsea.
A ‘very happy’ Hakan Calhanoglu says ‘my position isn’t a problem’ after playing box to box during Milan’s 2-0 win against Novara.
Bologna have officially signed full-back Federico Mattiello from Atalanta on loan with a compulsory purchase option.
Juventus new boy Cristiano Ronaldo believes he has joined ‘one of the greatest teams in history’.
Juan Jesus’ agent insists there have been no offers from Porto for the defender, who is ‘only focused’ on next season with Roma.
Alisson assures ‘I’ll always carry Roma in my heart’ after his €72.5m transfer to Liverpool.
Sampdoria and Juventus are reportedly meeting in Milan to discuss a potential deal for Marko Pjaca.
Roma President James Pallotta has been given a three month UEFA ban for insulting the match officials following their 7-6 Champions League defeat to Liverpool.