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Italian Paper Talk: Serie A To Lose It’s Top Scorer For Third Year In A Row

Rossi to start against Ireland, World Cup place in balance.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Ciro Immobile nears an exit with Juventus and Torino agreeing to sell to Dortmund.

 

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– Ciro Immobile exit – Juventus and Torino sell to Dortmund for 19.4m. The player willl sign a five-year deal, and for the third year in a row, Serie A loses it’s top scorer.

– The World Cup of Lady P: “My Cesare in the final”.

– Parma out of Europa League, Torino replace them, Ghirardi: “I’ll leave”. Gialloblu see their appeal rejected and their owner now threatens leave over the debacle.

– Gabriel: “Pippo Inzaghi? Truly crazy”.

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Giuseppe Rossi sees Brazil – tomorrow Pepito to start against Ireland, key for the final 23 choice. Former Italy coach Marcello Lippi: “Deserves his place”. Suggestions are that Rossi will battle it out with Antonio Cassano for a spot in the final 23-man squad.

– Roma press, Adriano close – Walter Sabatini prepares move with Barcelona, and Inter plan Sandro approach.

– Immobile goodbye to Serie A as he goes to Dortmund.

– Napoli interest in Antonio Candreva, Lazio resist for now, PSG plan move too.

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Lippi talks Juve and Italy: “I’m a fan of Conte… Antonio must win in Europe, in that way he’ll become the Juve Ferguson. Brazil favourites for World Cup, but Germany and Italy…”

– Torino, you’re in Europe, Parma fail with their appeal.

– Luiz Gustavo, Inter Milan make offer.

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