FIORENTINA NEWS

A swap deal involving Fiorentina's Dias Felipe and Parma's Raffaele Palladino appears to have fallen through.
Valon Behrami has been included in the Switzerland squad for the Olympic Games, but Fiorentina may not allow him to take part.
Amauri has revealed that it took him just 10 minutes to decide on a return to former club Parma.
Palermo have confirmed today that they have reached agreements with Cagliari and Fiorentina for the sales of Mauricio Pinilla and Mattia Cassani.
Parma have re-signed former Juventus striker Amauri, marking a return for the player to the club he spent 2010-11 on loan at.
Simon Kjaer could be back in Serie A again next term, with Fiorentina the latest club reportedly prepared to take the Dane on.
Luis Enrique reportedly turned down offers from three Italians clubs this summer after announcing his departure from Roma.
Italian international Amauri could re-sign for Parma ahead of the 2012-13 campaign, reports are suggesting.
Palermo director general Giorgio Perinetti has hinted that Emiliano Viviano may not end up with Fiorentina this summer.
Juan Manuel Vargas “could leave Fiorentina” and has received interest from Liverpool and Malaga, confirmed his agent.
Both Catania and Fiorentina are interested in signing Brescia’s attacking midfielder Panagiotis Kone.
Valon Behrami has hinted via Twitter that he could be leaving Fiorentina. “Time to take some hard decision in my life...”
The blind auctions have been held and Roma bought Fabio Borini from Parma, while Bologna now own Alessandro Diamanti.
Fiorentina defender Alessandro Gamberini is “wanted by Bayer Leverkusen and West Ham,” said his agent.
The list of players going to a blind auction tomorrow morning has been finalised, including Fabio Borini, Alessandro Diamanti, Houssine Kharja and Andrea Lazzari.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini thinks that goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will join Fiorentina this summer.
Sacked Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi says he thinks he has the qualities and skills to take charge of a national side.
Palermo have confirmed they will not be keeping Emiliano Viviano next season, as he could instead “go to Fiorentina, Torino or back to Inter.”
Available striker Amauri has underlined that he will continue his career in Serie A – despite interest from abroad.
Fiorentina have not made a bid for Alessandro Matri, but the player is set to have talks with Juventus about his future.