CAGLIARI NEWS

Bad news for Cagliari, as trequartista Joao Pedro is set for a lengthy lay-off after fracturing his fibula.
Giampiero Ventura is expected to call Marco Borriello in place of Simone Zaza and Mario Balotelli for Italy’s World Cup qualifiers with Spain and Macedonia.
Cagliari’s Bruno Alves has revealed how Cristiano Ronaldo advised him to make his summer move to Sardinia.
It’s the last round before the break for international duty and there are some big games, including Torino-Fiorentina, Milan-Sassuolo and a huge Roma v Inter.
Liverpool could face competition from Juventus to sign Alexander Isak, dubbed ‘the new Zlatan Ibrahimovic.’
Cagliari goalkeeper Marco Storari faces up to two months on the sidelines, as he’s torn his medial meniscus.
Goran Pandev has been given a two-match ban after this red card in Genoa’s draw with Pescara.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo admits “we lost because of a Viviano mistake” but “he’s saved us in other circumstances”.
Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano “takes responsibility” after his mistake cost them a point at Cagliari.
Massimo Rastelli hails a “great performance” from Cagliari, and defends his change of captaincy.
Emiliano Viviano's howler gifted Cagliari three points against Sampdoria.
Fabio Quagliarella starts for Sampdoria, as they look to bounce back at Cagliari.
Marco Giampaolo has called for Sampdoria to forget about losing their last three matches when they take on Cagliari.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli wants the club’s fans to unite behind the team against Sampdoria.
Claudio Ranieri believes his achievements at Cagliari were more important than winning the Premier League with Leicester City.
Cagliari could look to bring in former Juventus defender Martin Caceres if their defensive record doesn’t improve.
Torino midfielder Giuseppe Vives has been given a two-match ban, while Afriyie Acquah, Edgar Barreto and Federico Di Francesco are suspended for one.
It’s claimed Juan Cuadrado was excluded by Juventus over a disciplinary problem, rather than personal reasons.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes isn’t worried by criticism - “to be honest, I’d have whistled my performances”.
Daniele Rugani was “delighted with my first goal” against Cagliari and backed Juventus to use their 4-0 win as “a starting point” for a successful season.