Italy

Monday 07 July 2014

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The Giallorossi have the option of extending the temporary arrangement for a further year or buying the 20-year-old outright in 2016

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The Giallorossi have beaten off competition from the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool to acquire the ex-England international on a free transfer

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Giallorossi coach Rudi Garcia is a big admirer of the Cameroon striker, who is a free agent after being released by Chelsea and could now join Ashley Cole in the Italian capital

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The teenage midfielder has completed his move to Turin having signed a five-year contract with the Bianconeri

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The 21-year-old is said to be edging towards leaving the Spanish capital for Turin - despite reported interest from both Arsenal and Wolfsburg

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The former England left-back decided to seek a new challenge after running down his contract at Chelsea, and has signed a two-year deal worth €48,000 per week after tax

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The former Italy and Fiorentina trainer steps into the shoes of compatriot Roberto Mancini, who moved on this summer after less than a year in charge

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The 2006 World Cup winner was not impressed by the Dutch coach's decision to replace starting goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen with Tim Krul for a penalty shoot-out

Saturday 05 July 2014

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The Napoli striker had failed to net in six games for the Albiceleste, but was thrilled to end that streak with the winner in his side's 1-0 victory over Belgium on Saturday

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The midfielder admits he has long been a target for Partenopei boss Rafa Benitez but is now set to stay with Lyon after failing to agree terms with the Serie A giants

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EXCLUSIVE: The former Inter striker has highlighted the danger his countryman can cause and feels he is a valuable attacking alternative for Sabella

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The Red Devils could turn their attention back to €46m-rated Sporting Lisbon defensive midfielder William Carvalho after being quoted a huge fee by Juventus for the Chilean

Friday 04 July 2014

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The president of the Serie A side admits he would like to see the striker agree to move abroad so that the club can lower their wage bill

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The Serie A club are keen on retaining the Chile international ahead of the new league season after a strong showing with his national side at the World Cup in Brazil

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The AC Milan legend has praised his former team-mate, saying he is the best stopper in the world, but thinks Brazil have room for improvement

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Nikolai Tolstikh has voiced his support for the Italian coach, who is under contract until 2018, despite the country's first-round elimination in Brazil