Brescia sign van de Looi | Football Italia

  Serie B side Brescia have officially signed Dutch talent Tom van de Looi from FC Groningen.

  The 21-year-old arrives on a permanent transfer following his loan spell last season


with NEC Nijmegen.

  The midfielder has represented the Netherlands at various youth levels and his father, Erwin van de Looi, coaches the Dutch Under-21 team.

  He was also captain of the Dutch Under-19 squad.

  @tomvandelooi è un nuovo giocatore del Brescia Calcio.


  — Brescia Calcio BSFC (@BresciaOfficial) September 14, 2020

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Drinkwater reunion with Ranieri at Samp? | Football Italia

  Troubled Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater could reunite with his old Leicester City coach Claudio Ranieri at Sampdoria.

  According to Il Secolo XIX newspaper, an intermediary contacted Samp to propose Drinkwater as a transfer option.

  The 30-year-old shot to fame with Ranieri’s fairy-tale Leicester side, moving to Chelsea for €38m in 2017.

  He has since been loaned to Burnley and Aston Villa, but his career has been railroaded by off the field problems, including a drink-driving charge, a nightclub brawl and head-butting then-Villa teammate Jota.

  “I’ve got loads more to give. I’m open to going abroad, even though it will be difficult with my son,” Drinkwater told The Telegraph newspaper.

  “I need an anchor and I need to sort out one side of my life, so if I can sort my football out, even if it is abroad, then that will help in the long term.

  “It probably all comes down to patience and trust with me. I need to change for it to work, otherwise I’ll be stuck


in this vicious circle.

  “If I can trust people who are good at their job and be patient then I can only see me building my career back up now. I can’t see me staying in this situation. No chance.”

  Sampdoria are starting their first full season under Ranieri, who took over from sacked Eusebio Di Francesco seven games into last term.

  He managed to steer them out of the relegation zone and into mid-table safety.

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Lotito: ‘I’m tested every four days’ | Football Italia

  Lazio President Claudio Lotito has claimed there’s a ‘misplaced alarmism’ and stressed ‘if someone tests positive for coronavirus, he must remain at a distance’.

  The Serie A Presidents are undergoing COVID-19 tests after De Laurentiis confirmed he tested positive one day after the Assembly met in Milan on Wednesday.

  The Aquile chief tested negative and revealed he is tested every four days, just like his players at both Lazio and Salernitana.


  “Of course, I’m negative, I swab every four days. I’m subjected by my choice to the football protocol, it’s normal,” he told Adnkronos. “If someone’s positive, he must remain at a distance.

  “Sometimes I’m checked every two days since, in addition to Lazio, I also have Salernitana. Some precautions must be taken.

  “If one goes to Sardinia, Capri or who knows where, but doesn’t go to crowded places, the problem doesn’t arise. There’s a misplaced alarmism.”

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Udinese present new home kit for 2020

  Udinese have officially unveiled their new Macron home kit for Serie A 2020-21.

  Only the home shirt has been presented by the Friuli, as Tuttomercatoweb reveals photos from the Sala Mostre in Lignano Sabbiadoro.

  The stripes have been replaced by a black jersey split by a diagonal white line across the chest. White shorts and socks complete the home kit for 2020-21.

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  Home Kit Udinese Calcio 2020-2021 by @MacronSports #ForzaUdinese #AlèUdin #HomeKit



  — Udinese Calcio (@Udinese_1896) August 24, 2020

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Dalbert and Biraghi return to base | Football Italia

  Inter and Fiorentina are reportedly not going to extend the loan


deals, so Cristiano Biraghi and Henrique Dalbert will return to their clubs.

  The wing-backs had been swapped on season-long loans and for weeks many assumed they would renew this arrangement for another year.

  However, Sportitalia claim they discussed the situation today and are ready to terminate the deal.

  This would send Biraghi back to Fiorentina and return Dalbert to Inter.

  Biraghi turns 28 next week and Inter had an option to buy for €12m

  He made 37 competitive appearances for Inter, scoring three goals and providing seven assists.

  Dalbert will be 27 next month and didn’t make as much of an impact at Fiorentina, with 34 games and nine assists.

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Inter’s Europa show of strength | Football Italia

  To say Inter dominated a good Bayer Leverkusen, is no exaggeration. Antonio Conte’s men booked their place in the Europa League semi-finals with a display that would send a message to the remaining teams in the competition. The game was not perfect, but it was one of the best examples they have produced of what the coach is trying to achieve. The on-field partnerships, the work rate and the technical side of the game are allowing the Nerazzurri to finish the season in a domineering manner and potentially with a trophy.

  After the match Conte said he was ‘very satisfied’ with the performance and one can see why. They had gone 2-0 up early on thanks to the ever-improving Nicolò Barella and the fearsome Romelu Lukaku. It looked as though they would be out of sight, but this is Inter, after all. Nothing comes easy. Kai Havertz’s quick response meant that right until the end the German side were still in the game, somehow.

  Before showering the well-deserved praise on the Milanese, there is a criticism. For months, Inter have failed to kill off games that they have dominated, and this was more of the same. The failure to do this meant that his team had to continue to play at breakneck speed, as whilst they have improved defensively too this season, there is still a question as to whether they can sit back and absorb pressure, especially from a team with quality in the offensive ranks like Leverkusen.

  The format of this competition seems to fit with Conte’s way of playing. Rather than a tactical chess game over two legs, he can unleash his ‘Blitzkrieg’ approach and allow his players to try to kill the game early and over 90 minutes. Last night was an example. Had this been two legs and at San Siro, Inter would have gone 2-0 up and then conceded an away goal. Leverkusen would have not needed to panic in such circumstances and could have sat back and defended, trying to take the game and the away goal back to Germany. Instead they knew that they needed to equalise and so had to press forward, leaving them open for Inter’s blistering counters.

  It should’ve been four or five goals for Inter, but that’s not including the two penalties that were quite rightly revoked after VAR on-field reviews. Take note, Champions League referees, that is how you use VAR when situations are not entirely clear.

  Lukaku was simply unplayable at times, his strength batting away defenders like irritating insects, scoring the goal even after he’d been dragged to the ground by a blatant foul. That was a record-breaking goal too, as he became the first man ever to find the net in nine consecutive Europa League games, surpassing the eight set by Alan Shearer when it was still called the UEFA Cup. The Belgian was a huge expense last summer, but Conte deserves all the credit in the world for refusing to give in. The coach had already wanted to work with Lukaku at Chelsea, imaging how differently his career could’ve gone if the striker had united with Conte earlier…

  It’s not just goals that Lukaku brings, because he is a true leader and the antithesis of the man he replaced, Mauro Icardi. While the Argentine vanished for most of the match until it came time to tap in, Lukaku is everywhere, defending, battling, attacking and combining. He even puts crosses in, for crying out loud. He arrived already speaking excellent Italian and was refreshingly magnanimous in his post-match interview, declaring teammate Barella ‘man of the match.’

  It is true that the ex-Cagliari midfielder has been in majestic form of late. His ability to break up the play, his incredible range of passing, his work rate and his calmness under pressure has seen him become essential to this side. His ability to run from deep and the fact that he will not shy away from a long-range shot will have some Inter fans of a certain vintage remembering Lothar Matthaus.

  Inter are in their first European semi-final since the Treble in 2010, but this is also easily the best chance an Italian club has ever had of winning the Europa League. This tournament was so often shunned for taking away valuable energy in the closing months of the Serie A season, so playing it as a standalone competition is finally allowing it to gain focus. FC Basel or Shakhtar Donetsk don’t seem more of a threat than Bayer Leverkusen were, but everyone is looking forward to a potential Final with a Manchester United side that needed extra time to beat FC Copenhagen. How fitting would that be for Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to conclude their best seasons in years?

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Dybala: ‘Juve aiming for 10th Scudetto’ | Football Italia

  Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has admitted the Old Lady are ‘already thinking about a 10th’ Scudetto in 2020-21.

  Check out the preview for Juventus v Roma on

  The Bianconeri extended their own record by securing a ninth consecutive title in Italy and Dybala has claimed Juventus have the ‘strongest players in the world in every position’.

  “It can be hard to maintain concentration and ambition,” Dybala told The Guardian. “But every win is special.

  “I think that’s the most important thing. I like to win, my teammates like to win, and the club likes to win, and it’s that desire that makes us winners.

  “But, of course it helps that we have the strongest players in the world in every position. We’re proud of ourselves, to win nine titles in a row is incredible, and we’re already thinking about a 10th.”

  Juventus end the campaign at home against Roma on Saturday, before they embark on another challenge in Europe.

  The Old Lady lost 1-0 to Olympique Lyonnais at the Groupama Stadium and must turn the tie around in Turin on August 7 to join the other quarter-finalists for a mini-tournament in Lisbon, Portugal.

  “First though, we need to turn our attention to the Champions League. It’s been such a long season already.

  “The first game against Lyon was five months ago and so many things have happened in between, but we know what we can still achieve.

  “It’ll be strange to play in the Champions League without fans, and to play just one tie in each round, but first we have to win in Turin. For now, that’s all that matters.”

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Pioli: ‘Not just Zlatan’ | Football Italia

  Coach Stefano Pioli said Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been ‘important’ to help Milan turn their season around but stressed there have been several factors ‘allowing us to deliver excellent performances’.

  The Swede, who turns 39 in October, was on target against Sampdoria yesterday, when his brace helped the Rossoneri secure a 4-1 win at the Marassi.

  Zlatan joked he doesn’t age after the performance and Pioli has again praised the veteran’s impact at San Siro since January but underlined that there are other factors

  “Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been very important for our development, but there hasn’t been only this,” Pioli said at the post-match press conference.

  “The work we have put down in the past months, the arrival of [Simon] Kjaer and a change of positions on the pitch.

  “There’s a number of things that have allowed us to deliver excellent performances with the right continuity.”

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Banega sparks COVID controversy | Football Italia

  Just days before Sevilla face Roma in the Europa League, Ever Banega caused controversy by partying without a mask in a COVID-19 hotspot.

  The midfielder was caught on camera by Onda Cero dancing at a nightclub in Valencia.

  This particular club has been linked with 12 cases of Coronavirus, so Banega’s presence when he is meant to be following safety protocols sparked controversy in Spain.

  Roma are due to play Sevilla in a one-off match on neutral turf in Germany on August 6.

  Although Banega has already agreed a transfer to Al-Shabaab for next season, he is still available for the Europa League.

  With COVID cases spiking in Spain, it’s increasingly anxious preparing for the European games.

  Inter are due to play Getafe in the Europa League, while Napoli will visit Barcelona, one of the areas where the virus is surging at the moment.

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Line-ups: Milan v Parma

  Milan are forced into changes with Rafael Leao, Giacomo Bonaventura and Zlatan Ibrahimovic upfront, while Parma bring Andreas Cornelius back with Dejan Kulusevski.

  It kicks off at San Siro at 18.30 UK time (17.30 GMT).

  You can follow all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s SEVEN Serie A games on the LIVEBLOG.

  If you fancy a punt, then check out the betting preview for Milan vs. Parma on

  The Rossoneri are still very much in the race for a Europa League spot, fighting back for a 2-2 draw away to Napoli and still unbeaten since the restart.

  However, they are starting to look tired and coach Stefano Pioli is forced to make some changes, as Alexis Saelemaekers is suspended, with Lucas Paqueta a late injury absentee.

  Samu Castillejo, Mateo Musacchio and Leo Duarte are also on the treatment table, so Rafael Leao gets a rare start with Giacomo Bonaventura and Hakan Calhanoglu supporting 38-year-old Ibrahimovic.

  Simon Kjaer is in defence, celebrating the news he has been purchased on a permanent basis from Sevilla.

  Ismael Bennacer is rested, so Lucas Biglia starts in midfield with Franck Kessie.

  Parma completed a shock comeback from 2-0 down in stoppages to draw 2-2 with Bologna at the weekend, with Roberto Inglese marking his return from months out with a decisive goal.

  Inglese is not fit enough to start yet, but Andreas Cornelius does return to lead the line with Dejan Kulusevski and Gervinho.

  Matteo Scozzarella and Juraj Kucka are out of action, though.

  Milan: G Donnarumma; Conti, Kjaer, Romagnoli, Theo Hernandez; Kessie, Biglia; Leao, Bonaventura, Calhanoglu; Ibrahimovic

  Parma: Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Bruno Alves, Gagliolo; Grassi, Brugman, Kurtic; Kulusevski, Cornelius, Gervinho

  Ref: Irrati

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