After a rather disappointing previous season, Inter Milan looked to do some rebuilding in their squad with the arrival of several important players.
That moves is somewhat showed what they're aiming for next season, which is snatching the Scudetto as was stated by their head coach, Roberto Mancini.
After a rather stuttering start to their transfer campaign, AC Milan finally got things going as they are close in finalizing two important deals this week.
This Monday, Milan is set to conclude the signing of Italian international, Andrea Bertolacci from AS Roma, who has just finished taking his medical and will sign his contract soon.
Italian giant, Juventus continue their early spending spree this summer as they added another striker in their roster by signing Croatian international, Mario Mandzukic.
Mandzukic reportedly being signed for a 13 million pounds fee from Spanish side, Atletico Madrid, in which he scored 20 goals last season.
Having a break out season in Italian Serie A with Lazio, Felipe Anderson has been attracting attention from several top clubs, but the Brazilian believes he will stay in Rome.
Speaking during his preparation with Brazil national team ahead of Copa America, Anderson said that he doesn't know about any approach from other teams, that's why his focus for next summer is to play with Lazio.
AC Milan's ambition in reuniting with their former coach, Carlo Ancelotti remain strong as they are not planning to give up despite the tactician's recent statement saying he is planning for a one year break.
The future of Real Madrid current head coach, Carlo Ancelotti is under a serious question after Los Blancos' failure in winning any trophies by the end of this current season.
Rumors are suggesting that Madrid might let Ancelotti leave with several names already being prepared as potential replacement, but the Italian tactician stated his willingness in staying at Santiago Bernebau.
AC Milan's search of potential new tactician could very well ends up in Spain as reports from various media outlets suggesting that they are set to appoint current Sevilla tactician, Unai Emery as future replacement for Pippo Inzaghi.
Juventus finally sealed their fourth consecutive Italian Serie A title after snatching a slender away win over Sampdoria on Saturday.
The Bianconeri only needed a point to get themselves crowned as Italian champion once again, but Massimiliano Allegri's men were determined in grabbing all three points.
Positive news arrives for struggling Serie A outfit, Parma as they are set to receive financial aid worth 5 million Euro from Italian Football Federation.
That situation happened after other Serie A teams have voted in favor of aiding that 5 million Euro as emergency fund to help Roberto Donadoni's side floating.
Chelsea's manager, Jose Mourinho may continuously deny that his team are planning some transfer move this January, but reports from the media suggesting otherwise.
News from England and Italy are strongly claiming that The Blues will be making a move for Fiorentina's winger, Juan Cuadrado in this last days of winter market.
The challenge for future FIFA presidency continue to look interesting as after a surprising interest from former footballer, David Ginola, another name emerged into the scene when Luis Figo also announcing his interest.