CHIEVO NEWS

Michael Bradley has intimated an interest in joining Serie A side Palermo this summer, and admits he is flattered by rumours of bigger clubs tracking him.
The agent of Milan target Francesco Acerbi has rejected talk that Inter and Juventus have also made a move for the defender.
Chievo boss Domenico Di Carlo is convinced that Francesco Acerbi is good enough for Milan and Italy.
Francesco Acerbi has admitted that he hopes to complete his expected move from Chievo to Milan this summer.
Rumours that Francesco Acerbi will leave Chievo for Milan are gathering pace after his agent was spotted in Via Turati today.
Domenico Di Carlo has officially extended his contract with Chievo, ending speculation of a move to Catania.
Udinese have secured the Champions League preliminary round, but Inter lost at Lazio to slide into sixth place behind Napoli. Lecce are relegated.
Domenico Di Carlo insists Chievo will do their duty against relegation battlers Lecce, but he won’t discuss his contract renewal.
Lecce have “only a five per cent chance of safety,” warns Serse Cosmi, as they go into the final 90 minutes of the season.
Moris Carrozzieri has issued a rallying cry to Lecce’s supporters, promising them that the team will fight to the very end this weekend.
Chievo's Domenico Di Carlo has emerged as a contender to become the new boss of Catania if Vincenzo Montella leaves.
Michael Bradley would have no problem in making an impact at Roma – even if the capital club haven’t made a move yet for the Chievo man.
Bortolo Mutti says he has done his duty for Palermo, but Domenico Di Carlo wanted a Chievo victory.
Lazio are back in the race for Champions League qualification after conquering Bergamo despite an injury crisis, while Palermo-Chievo was a crazy eight-goal thriller!
Bortolo Mutti concedes he’s going into his last games on the Palermo bench. “I worked well here and I thank everyone.”
Stefano Sorrentino is ready to end his career at Chievo unless a top club steps forward for his services.
Francesco Acerbi has admitted that he is dreaming of a Milan move, but he’s just concentrating on ending the season well at Chievo.
Alberto Paloschi says he doesn’t yet know whether he will return to Milan once his Chievo loan ends.
Domenico Di Carlo hailed Chievo’s spirit for “playing our game wherever we went” to secure safety after holding Roma to a draw today.
Luis Enrique complained of playing “water polo” on a flooded pitch, but admits he “must accept criticism when results don’t arrive” for Roma.