Today’s Papers – Juve not stopping here, Origi arrives for Milan

Gazzetta dello Sport

Di Maria arrives and fires up Vlahovic

Juve, I’ll bring you goals

Argentine says yes to the Bianconeri: he wants to restore quality and assists

No to Chelsea for De Ligt: he can only leave for €120m cash

Casillas: ‘Great signing, Angel can still make the difference’

Milan aim for Paris

Target set on Draxler, Kehrer and Diallo

Origi arrived, he will be Giroud’s understudy

Inter, formula for creativity

Inzaghi prepares many new tactics with Calhanoglu plus Mkhitaryan

Ambitious Monza, Candreva and Sensi on the verge

Deulofeu to Napoli if Politano leaves

Lazio go for Ilic

The old man and the kid

Quagliarella, a champion without end, he’ll be on the field until 40

Miretti has the right age to dream: ‘Let’s beat England like Mancio did’

Italy prepare for Under-19 Euros semi-final


Corriere dello Sport

Max Power

Angel with Pogba, Vlahovic and Chiesa: it’s a whole other Juve

Di Maria says yes, Allegri has a fearsome attack

Argentine on vacation in Ibiza gives the all-clear, details being whittled down

Chelsea on De Ligt: those funds to buy Kostic and a centre-back

Origi embraces Milan: €14m in four years

Today the medical and signature

Dybala-Inter, Marotta hits the brakes

Marotta: ‘We need convergences that at this moment are missing’

Tomorrow Lukaku arrives

Ciro and Napoli, in or out

Belgian’s contract running down



Di Maria and Pogba

Juve not stopping here

Cambiaso, Zaniolo, Koulibaly, De Ligt, Paredes

Here are the next Bianconeri moves

Mandragora fighting for Toro

Rolando returns and awaits a Granata increase: €8m plus €1m bonus

Viola set an ultimatum

Monza, Cragno secured

Galliani: ‘Let’s save ourselves’

Joao Pedro and Pinamonti further away

CEO: ‘We took 110 years to reach Serie A, let’s not lose it again straight away’

One Comment on “Today’s Papers – Juve not stopping here, Origi arrives for Milan”

  1. Juventus is playing Football Manager, will most likely win Seria (again) while bore most people to death. Inter is Inter and will always find a way to screw things up for themselves.
    ACM seems to be broke regardless of who owns the club.

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