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Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku hints at Serie A move, praises Juventus

Romelu Lukaku scored twice in Belgium's win over Switzerland, but the FC crew observe an inconsistency in front of goal for the Man United star.

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku says he is open to a move to Italy in the future.

Lukaku, 25, is into his second season at Old Trafford following his £75 million move from Everton in 2017 but has admitted he would like to test himself in Serie A.

"Why not? I hope so," Lukaku told La Gazzetta dello Sport when asked if he would like to play in Italy.

Lukaku will come up against the Italian champions next week when United host Juventus in the Champions League.

It means a return...

Man City's Pep Guardiola open to coaching in Serie A in future

The guys respond to your tweets about the surprising results of Europe's giants, Mahrez's penalty miss, managers on the hot seat and Dejan Lovren.
Stewart Robson details exactly how Liverpool were unable to play their normal game against Premier League champions Manchester City.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola could see himself coaching in Serie A in the future.

Guardiola, who extended his contract with City through the end of the 2020-21 season in May, played for both Brescia and Roma in Serie A and was in Italy over the weekend to participate in the Festival dello Sport, where he was asked whether he could imagine returning as a coach one day.

"Why not?" he said as part of a podium discussion with Arrigo Sacchi and Carlo Ancelotti. "After my experience at Barcelona,...

Paolo Maldini not surprised by AC Milan's €126m loss in 2017-18

Mina Rzouki, Paolo Bandini and Gab Marcotti discuss Gigio Donnarumma's rise to prominence and what lies ahead for the Italian goalkeeper.

Paolo Maldini, who returned to AC Milan as sporting strategy and development director in the summer, has said he is not surprised that the club recorded a €126 million operating loss for 2017-18.

La Gazzetta dello Sport reported the figures from Milan's accounts, revealed on Friday and due to be approved at their Annual General Meeting later this month.

The figures showed that expenses had risen 22.3 percent during the first and only full year of ownership by Chinese businessman Li Yonghong.

Li...

Former Italy star Antonio Cassano announces retirement... again

Antonio Cassano has announced his retirement from playing for the second time, only five days after he had begun training with third-tier club Virtus Entella.

Ex-Italy international forward Cassano, whose club career included spells with AC and Inter Milan and Real Madrid, last played competitively for Sampdoria in 2016.

The 36-year-old, who trained with Verona last summer -- after which he declared he would retire --  said in a statement released via reporter Pierluigi Pardo: "Over the...

Portuguese newspaper defends Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid settlement allegation

Sam Borden details the accusations faced by Cristiano Ronaldo and discusses what might happen next with regard to the investigation.

Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha is standing by the information it published this week claiming that Real Madrid put pressure on Cristiano Ronaldo to reach an out-of-court financial settlement with Kathryn Mayorga after an alleged sexual assault in Las Vegas in 2009.

Real Madrid announced on Thursday they were taking legal action against the Portuguese daily for publishing "categorically false information" and stated: "The club has absolutely no knowledge of any of the information that...