CAGLIARI NEWS

Giacomo Bonaventura returns from injury, but Gerard Deulofeu has already played his last game in a Milan jersey.
Week 9 saw Fiorentina fall behind at Cagliari after just two minutes, before fighting back for a stunning 3-5 win.
Cagliari will say goodbye to the Stadio Sant’Elia on June 1 with a charity match involving Claudio Ranieri, Luca Toni, Sergio Pellissier and Daniele Conti.
Milan have made a tentative approach for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, but are more likely to get Cagliari talent Nicolò Barella, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Former Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has officially sold all his shares of Leeds United to another Italian businessman, Andrea Radrizzani.
Cagliari have officially parted company with director of sport Stefano Capozucca in a decision that was taken “by mutual consent.”
The schedule for the final round of the Serie A season has been announced, with Roma-Genoa and Sampdoria-Napoli early on Sunday.
Join us for all the action from the penultimate Serie A round, as Juventus can clinch the Scudetto with Crotone, Milan for Europe with Bologna, the relegation dogfight and tonight’s Lazio-Inter.
Massimo Rastelli is unsure of his future at Cagliari after a 6-2 hammering at the hands of Sassuolo.
Francesco Acerbi has confirmed he will leave Sassuolo at the end of the season, having told the club of his intentions.
Sassuolo ran riot in a 6-2 victory over sorry Cagliari, including a special moment on Francesco Magnanelli’s return from injury.
Napoli are reportedly close to securing goalkeeper Alessio Cragno, the Cagliari shot-stopper currently on loan at Benevento.
Versatile Cagliari forward Diego Farias has caught the eye of Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Cagliari striker Marco Borriello won his bet with Christian Vieri for over 15 goals and used the money to buy defibrillators for three towns.
As Roma closed the gap with Juventus, Napoli pummelled Torino and Fiorentina completed a comeback, as Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Cagliari boss Massimo Rastelli says his side deserved their victory over struggling Empoli.
Giovanni Martusciello says Empoli have two games to save themselves after defeat at Cagliari.
Empoli mounted a late comeback, but it was not enough against sprightly Cagliari, especially after seeing a penalty saved, and they’re within a point of the relegation zone.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, from Inter-Sassuolo through Torino-Napoli on to Roma-Juventus.
Giovanni Martusciello says there is no point in thinking about what might happen as Empoli prepare to face Cagliari.