All the latest summer transfer news from Serie A...
The future of Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado could finally be decided this week. The Colombian World Cup star, 26, has attracted interest from many clubs this summer, including world heavyweights Barcelona and Bayern Munich. According to reports today, Fiorentina and Manchester United officials have a meeting scheduled today in order to try and thrash out a deal which would see the winger head to Old Trafford.
Sticking with United, one player who has been linked with leaving Old Trafford for Serie A is midfielder Marouane Fellaini. The Belgian struggled at United last season and Napoli had been looking to take the former Everton star on loan, but reports suggest that the deal has broken down - leaving Napoli boss Rafael Benitez to look to other targets, namely his former Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva.
Elswhere, Roma may have already brought in Cagliari centre back Davide Astori, but with question marks over the future of star defender Mehdi Benatia, Rudi Garcia's side may look to make more signings there yet. Greek international defender Kostas Manolas impressed at the World Cup, and attracted interest from Arsenal and Juventus in the process - but Roma have been linked with a €12m swoop
Over at Inter, striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo has finally completed his move from Southampton to the San Siro. The former Roma forward has sealed a season-long loan move with Algerian midfielder Saphir Taider going in the other direction, and the Argentine-born Italian international spoke about his move.
"I am very happy to be here, I can’t wait to get started," said Osvaldo. "I’ve immediately noticed the affection from the fans and I’m very happy. To arrive at Inter is an honour, I hope to do well for these colours. A message to the fans? We’ll do our best to give you all as much joy as possible!"
Sticking in Milan, former Manchester City star Robinho is poised to leave the Rossoneri for a return to Brazil with former club Santos. The 30-year-old hasn't been at his best for some time, and an emotional return to the team where he made his name seems logical.