Italy

Thursday, July 14, 2016

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Carlos Bacca says a number of clubs have made approaches to sign him, but he remains in talks with AC Milan over his future.

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Amid continual speculation over a summer return to Old Trafford, the midfielder was probed on his feelings on Juventus, the Red Devils and fellow interested party Real Madrid.

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With the tournament up and running in Germany, Goal takes a look at some of the brightest youngsters who are on show including a number of stars from Premier League clubs...

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The midfielder was bettered by the Real Madrid star at Euro 2016 and now feels his exploits for club and country see him as the strongest candidate for the award.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

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The 29-year-old center back is likely to be confirmed in the coming days as Allegri's latest recruit in Turin, while he will also keep young defender Rugani in the squad.

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A dispute over image rights is all that is holding up the 25-year-old move from the Turin side to their Serie A opponents, his representative, Sergio Furlan, has said

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The forward is widely expected to leave the San Siro in the summer transfer window but the Inter head coach says the rumours do not concern him

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The Italy international has attracted the interest of the Bundesliga side as it continues its search for a new striker, following the Dutchman's decision to join Spurs.

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The Serie A champion is planning to offer its teenage target a massive salary package to convince him to reject a contract renewal with Santos, which is keen to keep him.

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The former Blancos striker believes the Juventus ace would be a fine addition at the Santiago Bernabeu, while also hailing former teammate Zinedine Zidane's impact as a manager.

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The former Bianconeri ace says cashing in on the midfielder would enable the Serie A side to significantly strengthen the squad - like it did when it sold Zinedine Zidane.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

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Mario Balotelli looks set for a Liverpool departure, with Jurgen Klopp confirming he told the Italian he cannot afford to be competing for places at this stage of his career.

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The 22-year-old left back could be presented as a Blaugrana player on Thursday after the two clubs reportedly reached an agreement, with a five-year contract on the table.

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Reports in Italy claim Arsene Wenger hopes to sign the Argentine for €50 million plus his current first-choice striker and the Frenchman would have 'no fear' in joining Napoli

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The France midfielder was below his usual best at the European Championship but those quick to question his price tag are forgetting his consistency with Juventus.

Monday, July 11, 2016