Juventus have signed Italy striker Simone Zaza from Sassuolo for a fee of €18 million, the club confirmed on Tuesday.
In doing so, the Italian champions exercised their option to buy back the 24-year-old, which was part of the original agreement...
Italy coach Antonio Conte is to face yet another sporting fraud trial, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.
In a continuation of the investigation into match-fixing which already saw Conte banned for four months in 2012, the 45-year-old has once again been named on a list of 103 people committed to trial.
He is accused of being aware of but not reporting an attempt to fix the outcome of the game...
Paul Pogba will not join Barcelona this year, according to presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu.
Pogba, 22, has been strongly linked to the Camp Nou in recent months, and is also a target of other leading European clubs.
Barcelona announced last week they had made an offer to Juventus to acquire the French international midfielder only for the Italian champions to reject it.
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Bartomeu told Spanish sports newspaper Marca that Barca will not make another offer for Pogba before 2016, saying:...
After four seasons with Juventus, in which he had won the Serie A title each year, Italy international Andrea Pirlo said he can't wait to play in the Bronx for Major League Soccer side New York City FC.
The club's third and final designated player attended Sunday's game at Yankee Stadium, his move from Juventus was made official on Monday and he is expected to debut on July 26 against Kaka and Orlando.
"The stadium is iconic and really gives you a shiver as you walk in," Pirlo told the NYCFC website. "I...