Giuseppe Rossi
Juventus have made Giuseppe Rossi their number one transfer target Reuters

All the best football transfer rumours from Italy's Serie A involving Serie A's best sides. Juventus have reportedly made Giuseppe Rossi their number one transfer priority after Sergio Aguero's move to Turin collapsed. AC Milan and Inter Milan have both moved to reject transfer rumours today. AC Milan has said they will not sign Javier Pastore this summer whilst Inter have denied any approach from Manchester United surrounding Wesley Sneijder. Finally, A.S Roma has accepted their £20m rated strike Mirko Vucinic will leave the Italian club this summer.

Juventus are set to swoop for Italy and Villarreal strike Giuseppe Rossi. Juventus have accepted defeat in their pursuit of Sergio Aguero and have now made the Italian strike their number one priority, according to reports from A Juventus club source told ''Rossi is now the priority after the Aguero talks stalled. "They offered €35 million [£30.8m], but the Spanish were holding out for €45m [£39.6m], and so they couldn't convince them as Atletico did not want to lower the fee after speaking with [Juventus sporting director Giuseppe] Marotta."

Juventus have now shifted their priority to Giuseppe Rossi after a deal for Atletico Madrid strike Sergio Aguero broke down because the two clubs could not agree on a price for the Argentine hit man. Villarreal have said they will be willing to sell the striker and will listen to suitable offers for the ex-Manchester United player. Giuseppe Rossi is said to favour a switch back to Serie A and Juventus will now work on a deal to bring the player to Turin. Juventus are said to be willing to offer Villarreal £26m for the player and pay Rossi around £5m a year in wages.

Ac Milan has said they are not in the market to sign Palermo striker Javier Pastore. Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini revealed earlier this week that the Italian club are among the contenders to sign the highly rated Argentine alongside Barcelona, Manchester City and Real Madrid.

However, AC Milan has denied that they are interested in Pastore and will not be making the Palermo player their first big money signing this summer. Adriano Galliani insists that AC Milan are not among the interested parties and has said: "The Italian club which Zamparini refers to is not AC Milan," he said.

Adriano Galliano has also poured water on reports that AC Milan is ready to re-sign Real Madrid flop Kaka. The Brazilian midfielder has had a nightmare two years at the Bernabeu but Galliani has said that the transfer would be too difficult to negotiate. The Milan chief said: "It is a very complex operation," Galliani said. "He has remained in our hearts but it objectively remains a difficult deal."

Inter Milan have denied receiving any offer from Manchester United for Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder. It was reported in the Sun this morning that David Gill was in Milan to finalise a deal with Sneijder's representatives but Inter have rejected these rumours. Inter Milan technical director Marco Branca said: 'No, there's not been an official offer and there has never been the intention to listen to them,' Branca said. He continued: 'There are no updates. He is not for sale.'

Branca, however, insists that no official offers have been received, and also denied reports in the Italian press that a meeting between the agent of Sneijder - who is under contract with Inter until June 2015 - and his current club was scheduled this week.

Finally, rounding up the days transfer rumours from Italy's Serie A, A.S Roma director Walter Sabatani has reportedly lost his battle to keep Montenegrin striker Mirko Vucinic at the club. Roma are said to now accept that Vucinic will leave the club this summer with Roma placing a £20m price tag on the striker. Tottenham are said to be leading the race to sign the striker but Arsenal and Liverpool are expected to make offers now the striker has become available.