Roberto Donadoni has left Bologna after three years as the Serie A club's head coach.
The former Italy boss, 54, guided the Rossoblu to 14th place at the end of his first season in charge, but could only deliver back-to-back 15th-placed finishes from his last two campaigns.
Club president Joey Saputo told Bologna's official website: "I consider Donadoni to be a great coach who has made a great contribution to the club, giving us some continuity. But after three years his cycle at Bologna has come...
Since when did the De Laurentiis Entertainment Group go into partnership with Barbara Broccoli and start making Bond films?
The tweet Napoli released to announce the appointment of their new manager showed Carlo Ancelotti striking the same pose as Roger Moore in the poster for A View to A Kill. If Aurelio De Laurentiis' intention was to link the two he couldn't have done a better job. Of all the Bonds, Ancelotti is probably closest to Moore. Just imagine the one-liners delivered with his trademark...
Juventus' general manager Beppe Marotta says he expects a decision from Emre Can "within the next 10 days," and played down the prospect of the club signing another attacker amid speculation linking Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata with a return to the Serie A champions.
Speaking at a book launch in Turin, Marotta discussed the many transfer rumours involving the Italian champions, leading with their already-public pursuit of Can, and the chances of Morata wearing black and white again next season.