BOLOGNA NEWS

Bologna have several offers on the table for their Uruguayan attacker Gaston Ramirez, but are holding out for €25m, says his agent.
Newly promoted Torino are looking at the possibility of signing Jean-Francois Gillet at the request of boss Giampiero Ventura.
Roberto Mancini has suggested that Manchester City won’t be bidding for Zlatan Ibrahimovic or Gaston Ramirez this summer. “I have four very strong attackers.”
Alessandro Diamanti was a surprise inclusion in Italy’s 32-man long-list for Euro 2012. “Better late than never!”
MLS outfit Montreal Impact have confirmed the signing of veteran Bologna striker Marco Di Vaio.
French Second Division outfit Monaco have confirmed the capture of Italian defender Andrea Raggi from Bologna.
Bologna stopper Andrea Raggi is on the verge of joining French Second Division outfit Monaco, according to reports.
Bologna will have to dig deep into their pockets to sign Alessandro Diamanti outright from Brescia this summer.
Stefano Pioli celebrated signing a contract extension at Bologna. “It was what I wanted.”
Gaston Ramirez has probably played his last game for Italian club Bologna, his agent has suggested.
Bologna have confirmed that boss Stefano Pioli has extended his contract at the club until June 2014.
Stefano Pioli has revealed that he is on the verge of signing a new contract with Bologna. “I won’t be leaving for Lazio.”
Stefano Pioli has ruled himself out of the running to become the possible new boss of Lazio by committing his future to Bologna.
Gaby Mundingayi could be made available for transfer this summer given that Bologna are yet to offer him an extension.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli is not surprised by Alessandro Diamanti’s inclusion in Italy’s initial 32-man Euro 2012 squad.
Luis Enrique ended his Roma reign with a 3-2 victory away to Cesena, while Parma beat Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna derby.
Cesare Prandelli will name his Italy squad for Euro 2012 on Sunday and could include Antonio Di Natale, Fabio Borini, Alessandro Diamanti and Mattia Destro.
As Marco Di Vaio prepares to leave Bologna after the weekend, he reveals how he had turned down an offer to move clubs last summer.
Marco Motta looks to have a choice between three mid-table sides in the summer, as Juventus reportedly consider using him as a makeweight.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting that Marco Motta’s next club could be Bologna once he returns to Juventus in the summer.