All the latest summer transfer news from Serie A...
Roma added another experienced new face to their squad today, as former Chelsea and Arsenal left back Ashley Cole moved to the Italian capital on a free transfer, following former Barcelona midfielder Seydou Keita to the club - but manager Rudi Garcia is still looking to add another veteran to his side.
Former Inter Milan forward Samuel Eto'o spent last season with Chelsea, but left the club at the end of his contract after his relationship with Jose Mourinho became fractured. Now with the Cameroonian legend looking to find a new club, Roma could be set to offer him a return to Serie A as they look to improve their strike force. A €3m, one-year deal could be on the cards, according to Calcio Mercato.
Inter are set to have a busy transfer window this summer, and the club have already snapped up Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic on a free transfer. Now another defender could be on the way to the San Siro, as reports suggest that 21-year-old River Plate left back Matias Kranevitter is a target for Walter Mazzarri's side.
"It‘s [Inter's] a great club. It is very well known and several Argentine players have worn the Nerazzurri shirt, which is among the most famous European clubs in South America," his agent confirmed. "We need to talk with the club to understand the situation, but it is certain that River knows they have a great player on their hands. Matías [Kranevitter] is very good at influencing the game, both in defense and in offense. He moves well, surely he can be very useful to any Italian team."
Juventus have won the Serie A title for three successive years, but manager Antonio Conte has been looking for new faces in order to try and compete in the Champions League. It may not be a signing that will have an instant impact on the starting XI, but they have today confirmed the signature of Paris Saint-Germain attacking midfielder Kingsley Coman. The 18-year-old, who had previously been linked with a switch to Arsenal, has penned a five-year contract with the Turin side.