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Unwanted by Italy, Napoli star Jorginho is waiting for Brazil to call

The FC crew examine an enticing start to the Serie A season, which sees Juventus' stranglehold on Italy threatened.
Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes predict the outcomes of this week's UCL fixtures, headlined by Real Madrid versus Tottenham.

Brazil coach Tite will be attending the Champions League fixture between Manchester City and Napoli on Tuesday, and his major task is clear. He knows all about Pep Guardiola's Selecao stars Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho and Ederson, but now a new name is about to enter the frame ahead of the World Cup. Napoli midfield star Jorginho has always wanted to represent Italy, and yet he won't refuse an even more lucrative proposition.

"If Brazil call him up, he will accept it," Jorginho's agent, Joao Santos,...

 By Chris Wright

Gianluigi Buffon excels during freestyle football showdown with Lisa Zimouche

He may have forged a stellar career using his hands, but Gianluigi Buffon has demonstrated that he's (almost) as skilled with his feet too.

Indeed, the veteran Italy goalkeeper rattled through an impressive array of tricks and flicks during a brief kick-about with professional football freestyler Lisa Zimouche.

The pair met in Paris, with Buffon just about managing to go toe-to-toe with Zimouche in the juggling stakes before getting himself nutmegged into oblivion.

By captaining Italy in Friday's...

Balotelli and Zaza absent in Italy's hour of need in World Cup qualifying

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden saw Spain beat Italy 3-0 to leave the Azzurri facing up to the World Cup playoffs.

A new look Italy will take the stage at the Stadio Grande Torino on Friday night. In a decision perhaps inspired by Juventus' redesign of their crest, the Italian Football Federation clearly thought there is no time like the present for a revamp of their own and unveiled the national team's new badge at an event held at Rome's MAXXI museum on Monday night.

By modernising the logo, the Italian Football Federation hope to project an image of its own modernity, although that's a tough sell given president 

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European World Cup qualifying - how Italy can make it to Russia

Giorgio Chiellini and Italy are likely to have to fight for their spot in Russia through the playoffs.

The final rounds of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup take place between Oct. 5 and Oct. 10.

The nine group winners qualify automatically, with the other four places decided by playoffs between the eight best runners-up.

Group G: 2. Italy, 19 points (h-Macedonia, a-Albania)

Italy are going to have to settle for the playoffs because of such a goal differential with Spain and they need one point to be sure of being in them.

Click here for other UEFA teams' qualifying chances.

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Trending: Italy stars unhappy with fans' boos; Syria set up Australia playoff

Ciro Immobile's single goal cements Italy's second place in Group G, making a playoff position all but likely.
FC's Mark Ogden reports from Spain, after Italy's 3-0 loss in WCQ and their likely entry into the playoffs for qualification.

Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

ITALYItaly goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and midfielder Marco Verratti hit back at fans who jeered the Azzurri during their 1-0 World Cup qualifying win over Israel on Tuesday.

SPAIN: Julen Lopetegui urged his side to push on after moving within striking distance of World Cup qualification with an 8-0 win over Liechtenstein.

- WATCH: How do Spain stack up among the world's best?

FIFA: South...

How Spain thrashed Italy, Isco's future, placing blame for Barca's bad summer

The FC crew hail Isco as one of the leaders of a Spanish revival that could make them a 2018 World Cup favourite.

Spain defeating Italy 3-0 at the Bernabeu on Saturday was not the surprise. It was the extent of the demolition.

Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know that the old Catenaccio, defend-and-counter stereotype hasn't really applied to the Azzurri for a long time. Still, conceding three goals like that (and it could have been more) while being methodically wiped off the pitch is still jarring. It does not -- and should not -- happen to big teams.

Blame it on the coming together of...