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EDF to Samp?

Sampdoria still are looking for their new coach since Marco Giampaolo is getting further and further away from Genova. The president Ferrero has had a meeting yesterday in Rome with Eusebio Di Francesco, the former Roma coach, who’s then talked with sporting director Osti (the two know each other from the time they both were at Lecce). Di Francesco has asked for technical and economic garanties: he’s asked for at least 2 years of contract, with a salary of €2m/year.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio

Serie B to Serie A

Sassuolo are close to bringing Spezia’s David Okereke to Emilia-Romagna. The 1997 born Nigerian striker was a stand-out star in this past campaign in the Serie B - he played in 30 matches scoring 10 goals and providing 12 assists for the club. In addition, another one of Spezia’s stars may be on the way to the Serie A. This is 1994 born Italian left-back Tommaso Augello, who is has acquired interest from Sampdoria.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio

Following their return to Serie A after a six year absence, Lecce are ready to welcome their first new addition. The club is set to acquire Brayan Vera Ramirez, a Colombian wing back born in ‘99- he’s expected to arrive in Italy in the coming days to sign his contract and take his medical.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio


After a standout season, Mbappé is feeling undervalued at PSG and wants a move to Real Madrid, according to ABC. The France international, who scored 39 goals in 2018-19, does not feel properly valued in Paris, the report said.

-source: Diario AS

De Tomas

Benfica are prepared to pay 20 million euros to Real Madrid to sign Raul de Tomas. The striker impressed last season during a loan spell at Rayo Vallecano, scoring 14 goals in LaLiga Santander. As far as MARCA understand, Real Madrid value De Tomas at 35 million euros and would reject any offer lower than that figure.

-source: MARCA


Final push

Couple of PSG rumors

Interesting replacement


Sanson attracting lots of interest

Gonalons could come to the Prem


The Meunier replacement

Durm prefers Championship to Bundesliga


Liverpool have received approaches from Germany and Spain, as well as from the Premier League, for midfielder Marko Grujic. The Serbian international impressed during a season on loan with Hertha Berlin, and Goal understands the Bundesliga outfit are keen to extend that for a second campaign. Grujic would welcome the chance to remain in the German capital, but Hertha will face competition from both Eintracht Frankfurt and Werder Bremen, who have expressed an interest in signing the 23-year-old.

-source: Goal

Never give up!

Parma are reportedly considering another bid to bring Juan Manuel Iturbe back to Italy, after failing to do so in the January window. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Gialloblu Coach Roberto D’Aversa is an admirer of the Paraguay international winger and tried to sign him in the last transfer window.

-source: Football Italia

Lyanco to stay in Turin

Torino are refusing to sell Brazilian defender Lyanco, despite reported interest from Napoli, Roma, SPAL and Genoa. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Coach Walter Mazzarri wants the centre-back to stay with the Granata and considers him off the market.

-source: Football Italia

Roma rise anew

With Paulo Fonseca set to become the new manager, Roma are working on building next season’s squad. The Giallorossi have joined the race for Jordan Veretout, the 26 year old is a profile appreciated by the club’s new manager and the contacts are on going to make him the first addition of the transfer window. In addition to Veretout, Roma are also interested in Florentino, a midfielder born in ‘99 currently at Benfica.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio

Roma want to give new Coach Paulo Fonseca a €50m gift in Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek, but Benfica’s Florentino Luis is more affordable. The Portuguese tactician favors a 4-2-3-1 formation and key to his style of football is a regista, and La Repubblica newspaper notes the 22-year-old Netherlands international fits the mold perfectly.

-source: Football Italia

There’s no place like home

Despite showing appreciation for the offer made to him by Milan and Paolo Maldini, Lazio’s sporting director Igli Tare made his choice to remain with the Biancocelesti. The Albanian made his decision in the light of his excellent relationship with Lazio’s president Lotito and with the Biancocelesti’s environment in general.

-source: Gianluca Di Marzio


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