ATALANTA NEWS

Gabriel Paletta’s agent reveals “Milan want to keep him, so he should stay”.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Alberto Paloschi will complete his transfer from Swansea City to Atalanta within hours.
Atalanta have officially confirmed the appointment of Gian Piero Gasperini as their new Coach.
Mauricio Pinilla reveals “it’d be difficult to stay” at Atalanta if Gian Piero Gasperini becomes their new Coach.
Alberto Paloschi is expected to leave Swansea City after just six months for a move to Atalanta for €7.5m (£5.9m).
Udinese reportedly offered a two-year contract to Atalanta's Marco Borriello, who'll shortly become a free agent.
Veteran midfielder Cristian Raimondi has officially extended his contract with Atalanta.
Fiorentina are interested in Atalanta midfielder Luca Cigarini and Crotone defender Gianmarco Ferrari, revealed their agent.
Gian Piero Gasperini terminated his contract with Genoa by mutual consent and is now free to join Atalanta.
Chievo President Luca Campedelli has ruled out the prospect of Coach Rolando Maran leaving the club, amidst interest from Lazio and Atalanta.
Fiorentina and Deportivo La Coruna reportedly want Frosinone's Nicola Leali, on loan from Juventus.
Roma are reportedly beginning to move for Palermo's Franco Vazquez and Atalanta's Franck Kessie.
Atalanta, Bologna, Torino and Sampdoria are all reportedly after Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci.
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez discussed his Atalanta future, working with Diego Simeone and waiting for an Italy call.
Atalanta continue their courtship of current Chievo Coach Rolando Maran.
Samir Handanovic assures he’s “happy” at Inter, but reminds teammates “the season lasts for 38 games”.
Gian Piero Gasperini concedes “Genoa made different choices” and he is looking for a new club “that really wants me.”
The managerial merry-go-round is in full swing as Crotone’s Ivan Juric heads to Genoa and Gian Piero Gasperini meets Atalanta.
It’s a two-horse race for the Lazio job between Simone Inzaghi and Cesare Prandelli, according to reports.
Relive the highs, lows and extraordinary in-between moments in Football Italia’s season review of 2015-16.