BOLOGNA NEWS

The opening round of the Serie A 2017-18 season has been drawn up, including Inter-Fiorentina, Crotone-Milan, Verona-Napoli and Atalanta-Roma.
You can watch the live ceremony of the 2017-18 Serie A fixtures being drawn up this evening.
The Serie A fixtures will be announced tonight, with several rules governing the process.
Crotone are close to securing a loan deal for 20-year-old Roma striker Umar Sadiq.
Juventus are preparing to sell Tomas Rincon, with Bologna the favourites ahead of Fiorentina, Torino and Atalanta, freeing Godfred Donsah for the Granata.
Udinese are considering bids for Watford midfielder Valon Behrami and Bologna’s Saphir Taider, claim Tuttosport.
Panathinaikos are interested in Bologna striker Mattia Destro, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Bologna have officially sent defender Alex Ferrari on loan to Hellas Verona with option to buy that could become obligatory.
Former Parma player Solomon Nyantakyi has confessed to the murder of his mother and 11-year-old sister, as former Coaches reveal he suffered from depression.
Bologna have officially confirmed that Coach Roberto Donadoni has extended his contract until 2019.
Torino are already close to Duvan Zapata and now hold talks with Bologna for midfielder Godfred Donsah.
Bologna owner Joey Saputo has apologised to the club’s fans after the badge for their new home shirt was criticised for looking like a Juventus clone.
Keep up to date with all the latest comings and goings in Serie A, with Football Italia’s list of completed transfers for the 2017 summer calciomercato.
Bologna have sent Luca Rizzo and Marios Oikonomou on loan to SPAL for the upcoming season.
Torino are reigniting their interest in Stoke City midfielder Giannelli Imbula, who had already been close in January.
Bologna have officially signed midfielder Andrea Poli from Milan, reportedly as a free agent. “It’s an ambitious club with great potential.”
Serie A newcomers Spal have reportedly secured a deal for Bologna defender Marios Oikonomou.
Alessio Cerci will terminate his contract with Atletico Madrid by mutual consent, allowing the free agent to talk to Las Palmas, Bologna, Lazio and Olympiacos.
Newly-promoted Spal have deals for Udinese defender Dias Felipe and Hellas Verona midfielder Federico Viviani.
Milan are set to release Andrea Poli on a free transfer to Bologna, where he’ll sign a four-year contract, claim Sky Sport Italia.