BOLOGNA NEWS

Stefano Pioli is aware of the challenge a trip to Napoli represents, but suggests that his Bologna side are capable of a result, even when weakened.
Bologna and Juventus have agreed a deal for Frederik Sorensen, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport on Friday.
Bologna’s general manager Roberto Zanzi has denied rumours that this month the club will sell Gaston Ramirez to Monday night’s League opponents Napoli.
Luc Castaignos looks set to leave Inter on loan this month and Liverpool have leapt in front of Bologna in the race to sign him.
Bologna have cooled links with Juventus striker Luca Toni. “We’re only working on a deal for Frederik Sorensen.”
Bologna hope to strengthen their squad with two recruits from Juventus this month – Frederik Sorensen and Luca Toni.
Stefano Pioli gave Bologna a transfer warning and Vincenzo Montella said it was Catania's worst performance.
Fiorentina’s tactical revolution had an immediate effect, but Genoa’s new Coach and hitman flopped in Cagliari and Bologna swept past Catania.
Bologna are reportedly close to securing Uruguayan talent Gonzalo Bueno ahead of competition from the likes of Siena and Inter.
It is increasingly likely Inter will loan out Luc Castaignos in January, as Bologna join the list of potential clubs.
Stefano Pioli is confident Bologna can avoid relegation this season and admitted that there is likely to be some transfer activity in January.
The highly rated Gaston Ramirez will see out the season at Serie A club Bologna, his representative has underlined.
Bologna’s Marco Di Vaio insists there is no disgrace in losing to Roma. “Perhaps they’re the most in-form side in Italy right now.”
Luis Enrique felt this was “the best performance” Roma have given since he took over. “We had total control of the game.”
Roma hope to ride the wave of enthusiasm as they travel to Bologna with Francesco Totti, Erik Lamela and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
Alberto Malesani hailed his Genoa heroes, but Stefano Pioli took it out on the referee.
Parma and Lecce fought their way to a spectacular 3-3 draw, while Genoa squeezed past Bologna with Lucas Pratto’s debut Serie A goal.
Marco Di Vaio has reflected on his return to goal-scoring form and has thanked both his current and former Bologna Coaches for their help.
Stefano Pioli revealed what under-fire referee Gianluca Rocchi told him after the controversial Bologna-Milan game.
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri admits the referee “got it wrong” with regards to several penalty incidents against Bologna.