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Calciomercato > In evidenza > Calciomercato – All Transfer News and Rumours: July 13, 2015

Calciomercato – All Transfer News and Rumours: July 13, 2015

Plenty of interesting speculation today. Here is a full round-up of all the best stories


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Omar Parretti (@omarJHparretti)

13/07/2015 18:00

CALCIOMERCATO.IT TRANSFER NEWS RUMOURS JULY 13 / ROMA – Plenty of interesting transfer news and speculations today! Here is a full round-up of all the best stories, gossip and rumours from Calciomercato.it and more newspapers and websites.

JUVENTUS:

- PSG forward Ezequiel Lavezzi is not a main target for Juventus. (Leggo)

- The father of Fluminense ace Gerson has confirmed that the Brazilian midfielder is set to join Barcelona next winter.

- Bayern Munich have had a €15M offer for Kingsley Coman rejected by Juventus. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

- OFFICIAL! Nicola Leali reach Frosinone on a season-long loan.

- OFFICIAL! Juventus have reached a deal with Boca Juniors for the permanent transfer of Carlos Tevez. Juve have also secured the signing of Vadalà on a  two-year loan.


AS ROMA:

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! AS Roma likely to raise their offer if they want to snatch Dzeko from City.

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! No contacts between Roma and Real Madrid for Keylor Navas.

- AS Roma are ready to step up their interest in Mohamed Salah. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

- AS Roma sporting director Sabatini is in Manchester hoping to secure Edin Dzeko in €20M move. 

- Manchester City are considering a move for AS Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic. (Corriere dello Sport)

- Radja Nainggolan is set to sign a new deal at AS Roma. (Sky Italy)


FC INTERNAZIONALE:

- CM.IT EXCLUSIVE! Internazionale are working on a deal for Perisic – but are yet to make an offer.

- Wolfsburg sporting director Allofs has stated: "We don't want to sell Perisic".


AC MILAN:

- AC Milan are preparing a €22-23M bid for AS Roma ace Alessio Romagnoli. (Corriere dello Sport)

- El Shaarawy is undergoing a medical at Monaco as anticipated on CM.IT.

- El Shaarawy about his new Monaco experience: "I need a challenge. Now i'm happy, but my decision wasn't so easy". 

- AC Milan are set to raise their offer for Zenit midfielder Alex Witsel.

- AC Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has answered to a fan question at Expo2015: "Ibrahimovic? If he wants to join us..."

NAPOLI:

- OFFICIAL! Walter Gargano is a new Monterrey player.

- Napoli are closing in on the signing of AC Milan goalkeeper Gabriel.

SS LAZIO:

- Liverpool striker (and SS Lazio target) Borini set for crucial talks with his agent over his future. (Corriere dello Sport)

- SS Lazio target Jordy Clasie could join Southampton as Manchester United close on Morgan Schneiderlin. 

FIORENTINA:

- Chelsea youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek could join Fiorentina on loan as part of Salah deal. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

- Fiorentina are closing in on the signing of Taulant Xhaka from Basel. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

- Mohamed Salah did not show up at Fiorentina preseason

MORE...

- Toronto Striker Sebastian Giovinco 'hopeful' that Italia coach Conte didn't miss his latest hattrick. 

- OFFICIAL! Goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has today completed a move to Chelsea.

- Real Madrid President Florentino Perez: "We wanted Iker Casillas to stay here".

- OFFICIAL! Ciro Immobile has passed his medical at Sevilla.

OFFICIAL! Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has agreed a four-year contract with Manchester United. 

OFFICIAL! Manchester United announce the signing of Bayern Munich Bastian Schweinsteiger.

- PSG sporting director Letang has admitted: "If Sirigu asks to let him go away, we won't say no". 

- OFFICIAL! Leicester City have signed Claudio Ranieri as new manager.




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