CATANIA NEWS

Catania have cut short their mid-season stay in Malta, describing the hotel they were staying in as below expected standards.
Milan’s deadline to sign Maxi Lopez has passed, freeing him to negotiate with other clubs, says Catania’s President.
Palermo are showing an interest in striker Maxi Lopez of Sicilian Serie A rivals Catania, according to reports.
Catania are looking to Boca Juniors star Facundo Roncaglia and could use Mariano Andujar as part of the deal.
Mariano Andujar “has played his final game for Catania,” confirmed general manager Pietro Lo Monaco following a huge row.
Catania have revealed that Milan have two more days to sign Maxi Lopez – otherwise they’ll sell him to another club.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella will have no say in whether the club keep or sell Maxi Lopez in January.
Franco Colomba's Parma could taste victory, but Vincenzo Montella hails Catania's belief.
Catania have stated that there is a “90 per cent chance” that they will sell Maxi Lopez in January – but not necessarily to Milan.
Vincenzo Montella enjoyed the derby win, but joked that Maxi Lopez was weeping “because he’ll have to stay in Catania!”
Palermo Coach Devis Mangia admits “we have problems in the final third” after a humiliating derby defeat.
Maxi Lopez reveals why he wept as he saluted the Stadio Massimino in the Sicilian derby. “I am ready for Milan.”
Catania crushed local rivals Palermo 2-0 to win the Derby di Sicilia for the fifth time on the trot.
It’s Maxi Lopez against Fabrizio Miccoli in the fiery Sicilian derby between Catania and Palermo.
Devis Mangia realises “the Sicilian derby is the mother of all games,” but had time for a tasty snack in his Palermo press conference.
Vincenzo Montella believes Catania will be more motivated to give their fans a special moment in the derby against Palermo.
Catania are ready to loan Maxi Lopez to Milan in return for the services of Stephan El Shaarawy, it is being suggested.
Catania have claimed that Milan are not the only team interested in signing Maxi Lopez during the January transfer window.
Stefano Colantuono and Vincenzo Montella both hailed the determination shown by their teams.
There was a sensational and highly controversial four-goal thriller, as Milan and Bologna were furious at the referee, while Udinese went top.