Plenty of interesting speculation today. Here is a full round-up of all the best stories
CALCIOMERCATO.IT TRANSFER NEWS RUMOURS 3 AUGUST / 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.
- Sevilla have tabled a €20M bid for Juventus players Llorente and Isla (Sport Mediaset)
- Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira to miss two months with thigh injury.
- Juventus have rekindled their interest in the signing of Bayern Munich Mario Gotze (Sport Mediaset)
- CEO Giuseppe Marotta has claimed that Isco and Oscar won't be Juventus players.
- Bologna is interested in a double swoop for AS Roma players Uçan and Paredes (Sky Sport)
- Fluminense's Gerson to refuse AS Roma and join Barcelona in the next days (Sport.es)
- Bologna are closely monitoring Internazionale defender Marco Andreolli (gazzetta.it)
- Internazionale are reported to be interested in former 'Nerazzurri' striker Mattia Destro (Sport Mediaset)
- AC Milan coach Mihajlovic has stated: "Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be a great addition to the team".
- AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has admitted: "Our defence is good, so we don't need to buy players".
- OFFICIAL! Napoli have signed Albanian defender Hysaj from Empoli.
- Leicester City have reached an agreement to sign Napoli midfielder Gokhan Inler (gazzetta.it)
- Arsenal target Gonzalo Higuain is not likely to sign a new Napoli contract offer, says his agent.
- Former Fiorentina target Milinkovic-Savic has landed in Fiumicino airport in order to join Lazio.
- Marchetti and Lulic will sign new contracts just after the 'Italian Supercup' against Juventus (Corriere dello Sport)
- Schalke 04 general manager Horst Heldt has admitted: "Fiorentina are tracking Kaan Ayhan".
- OFFICIAL! Basel have reached an agreement with Feyenoord for the transfer of Boetius.
- OFFICIAL! Leicester City have signed Yohan Benalouane from Atalanta.
- Sampdoria's President Massimo Ferrero has stated: "Zenga will remain on our bench".
- Tottenham manager Pochettino rejects Soldado exit talk: "He'll stay with us for the next season".