Italian Paper Talk: Serie A Returns With Plenty New Faces Including Fernando Torres

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All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as there is a great deal of excitement ahead of seeing a number of debutants including Fernando Torres.


Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– The beauty of the debutants.

– Fernando Torres and Co.

– Serie A returns and presents plenty of new faces.

– Hernan Crespo fails Mario Balotelli and fires up Il Nino: “Ideal for Inzaghi”.

– Carlos Tevez relief. “Juve, I’m good and I want to play”.

– Andrea Stramaccioni arrives, there is an air of revenge.

– Inter erect wall to stop Simone Zaza.

– Andrea Ranocchia has studied the striker on international duty.

– Erick Thohir: “Kovacic not for sale, I’ll build a stadium”.

– Walter Sabatini on the attack: “Benatia? I sold his simulacrum…”

– Jose Mourinho attacks Pep Guardiola: “He loses his hair as he doesn’t like football”.


Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Everything to change.

– Reforms underway to see Serie A reduced to 18 teams.

– Serie B to 20 but in two years.

– Squads of 25 with eight youth teamers.

– Michele Uva will be the new director general.

– Tevez is present: “Juve, I’ll play”.

– Sabatini: “A dream Roma”.

– Torres and Pippo’s Milan is born.

– Balotelli Azzurro, Antonio Conte will give it a go.

– Pescara-Bologna, great game which is worthy of Serie A.


Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Tevez: “I play”.

– Zaza, the beard has gone.

– And Squinzi: “Juve want him immediately? They just have to pay”.

– AC Milan, Stephan El Shaarawy stop.

– Sabatini broadsides Benatia and Lotito.

– “Fans unhappy? Napoli are not bothered”.

– Schweinsteiger and the beautiful Ana, what a love story.

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