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Tuttosport begin the day by talking about what Juventus are to do with reserve striker Simone Zaza, who is being chased by West Ham. The Bianconeri would be happy to send him away, but the Italian wants to remain in Serie A, either with Roma or Milan. Recently, negotiations with Wolfsburg saw the Bianconeri ask for Luiz Gustavo, who plays for another club that is chasing Zaza, Wolfsburg. Trouble is, Juve want a loan deal, whilst the Germans have offered what is close to a straight swap for Zaza! Juventus value him at €25 million.

Torino, on the other hand, are interested in Abel Hernandez, which is a neat coincidence, since they play Hull in a friendly on Saturday, and Tuttosport claim that the Tigers like Maxi Lopez. A swap could be on the cards.  

Napoli are, according to numerous sources, close to Piotr Zielinski. The Pole is set to travel to Naples soon, despite Udinese accepting a lower price for him. They initially wanted €20m, but accepted Napoli's offer of €15m plus Camilo Zuniga, who is on loan at Watford. 

Inter Milan's are very close to Santos striker Gabigol, whom we have written about through transfer expert Fabrizio Romano. 

Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella wants Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado, too, though Milan's window looks to have bogged down, with the Mateo Musacchio trail going cold. Shkodran Mustafi is, however, back on the men for the Rossoneri. 
Tuttosport and Gazzetta claim that Atalanta are interested in Ecuadorian sensation Bryan Cabezas, the 19-year-old sensation who helped Valle make it to the latest Copa Libertadores final, which the minnows lost to Nacional Medellin. 

The Corriere dello Sport, on the other hand, report that Napoli's latest offer for Mauro Icardi totals €50 mil + Manolo Gabbiadini. 

Lazio are also reported to want Bastian Schweinsteiger, but want him to lower his salary, and for Manchester United to pay part of his salary anyway. Both he and wife Ana Ivanovic want to move to Italy, with the Serbian tennis pro particularly enamoured with Rome. 

The Capitoline paper also claims that Roberto Mancini will meet with owners Suning soon. 

The Gazzetta, for their part, have Juventus still refusing to pay €25m for Axel Witsel,  and are still sticking to the €17-18m mark.