CAGLIARI NEWS

Mining mogul Tommaso Giulini has confirmed he’s in advanced negotiations to buy Cagliari from Massimo Cellino.
Cagliari Coach Ivo Pulga admits they face a “prohibitive” task trying to stop Juventus reaching 100 points.
There are rumours swirling around that Antonio Conte has already signed a contract with Juventus until 2018.
Juventus are without Arturo Vidal, Giorgio Chiellini and Mirko Vucinic for their potentially historic game with Cagliari.
Davide Astori was “very, very disappointed” at missing out on the World Cup, said his agent.
New Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has bemoaned the level of debt he has taken on since buying the Championship club.
Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado, Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin and Udinese Luis Muriel are in Colombia’s World Cup squad.
There are five Serie A based players in Chile’s provisional World Cup squad, including Arturo Vidal, Mauricio Pinilla and Carlos Carmona.
Ivo Pulga is already looking to next season, while Eugenio Corini left his Chievo future in doubt.
Livorno, Catania and Bologna are all relegated, while a Torino-Parma dramatic draw leaves sixth place up for grabs.
Eugenio Corini warns Chievo that their trip to Cagliari is “decisive. We’re fired up with sporting rage.”
There are claims Claudio Ranieri could return as Coach of Cagliari if American owners take over from Massimo Cellino.
Marek Hamsik has dedicated Tuesday night’s win over Cagliari to injured supporter Ciro Esposito.
Rafa Benitez said Napoli are “on the right path” after winning the Coppa Italia, beating Cagliari and setting a club record.
Napoli swept 10-man Cagliari aside 3-0 at the San Paolo, but Marek Hamsik missed a penalty.
Napoli director Riccardo Bigon concedes the last few days “have been bittersweet” and all thoughts are with the shot fan in hospital.
Napoli present a revamped line-up for tonight’s game with Cagliari, though the San Paolo could be deserted.
Napoli-Cagliari has been further fired up by news Genny a’ Carogna, the ultras leader who spoke to Marek Hamsik, is banned for five years.
Napoli have been warned by the Questura that their match with Cagliari tonight could be suspended if behaviour by their supporters incites violence.
Cagliari Coach Ivo Pulga assures they want to “ruin the party” for Coppa Italia winners Napoli tomorrow.