FIORENTINA NEWS

Sampdoria and Real Betis are leading the race to sign Fiorentina’s Giuseppe Rossi in January, say reports.
Paulo Sousa admits Fiorentina “need a rest” after their 2-0 victory over Chievo. “Expectations are raised.”
Napoli won a four-goal thriller away to Atalanta, Fiorentina made short work of Chievo and Verona held Sassuolo 1-1.
Fiorentina risk losing confidence after two defeats in a week and face a tough test with Chievo.
Join us for the final round of 2015 with NINE games, including Carpi-Juventus, Roma-Genoa, Atalanta-Napoli and tonight’s Inter-Lazio.
Rolando Maran is confident Chievo “will have our say” against second-placed Fiorentina. “We have quality too.”
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic admits “our dream is to win the Scudetto. I’m honoured by Gabriel Batistuta comparisons.”
Bologna director Marco Di Vaio said they will “discuss” January offers for Andrea Ranocchia and Giuseppe Rossi.
Fabrizio Castori warned Carpi “are not already beaten and will play with pride and honour” against Juventus.
Paulo Sousa believes Fiorentina “got the message” ahead of their clash with Chievo and is open to a Giuseppe Rossi loan.
Zdenek Zeman tips Inter and Napoli for the Scudetto, looks back on Calciopoli and claims “doping still exists in football.”
Fiorentina President Mario Cognini assured the January transfer window “will be a very important month and we have clear ideas.”
Andrea Della Valle left the door open for Giuseppe Rossi to leave Fiorentina. “We’ll evaluate the situation over the next few weeks.”
Although PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi was “very disappointed” by Adrien Rabiot, “he will certainly stay in January.”
Carlo Ancelotti is hoping to bring Fiorentina starlet Federico Bernardeschi to Bayern Munich, it’s claimed.
Fiorentina's mercato strategy may involve loans for Giuseppe Rossi to Bologna and Juan Iturbe from Roma, while strengthening the defence.
Fiorentina are once again considering Roma's Juan Iturbe as well as Inter's Davide Santon.
Fabrizio Castori celebrates Carpi’s Coppa Italia success over Fiorentina and admits “a one-off game helps the ‘worse’ teams.”
Paulo Sousa was “both angry and disappointed” after Fiorentina’s Coppa Italia exit at the hands of Carpi.
Carpi knocked Fiorentina out of the Coppa Italia with a shock 1-0 victory at the Stadio Franchi.