FIORENTINA NEWS

Fiorentina creative midfielder Josip Ilicic is wanted in England by Leicester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Crystal Palace, Watford and West Brom.
Fiorentina chief Pantaleo Corvino warns there will be “no discounts for anyone” who wants to buy Mario Gomez.
Martin Caceres is increasingly close to signing for Roma as a free agent, turning down Napoli and Fiorentina.
Fiorentina are in negotiations for teenage Dutch right-back Kevin Diks, confirmed Vitesse Arnhem.
Matías Fernández’s agent confirms that new Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella “really likes” his client.
Fiorentina want to restock their midfield with two Brazilians, Atletico Paranaense's Hernani and Gremio's Walace.
New Coach Vincenzo Montella wants Roma's Leandro Paredes to fix Milan's midfield.
Fiorentina are “down to details” in the transfer of Bartlomiej Dragowski, confirmed his club Jagiellonia Bialystok.
Fiorentina midfielder Mati Fernandez could reunite with Vincenzo Montella at Milan.
Mario Gomez warned Italy will be the first real test for Germany at Euro 2016. “We believe in ourselves.”
Fiorentina and Croatia midfielder Milan Badelj had “no contact” with Roma, but hinted Vincenzo Montella’s Milan appointment is helpful.
Fiorentina could sell Mario Gomez to West Ham United after Besiktas failed to agree terms.
Borussia Dortmund are willing to offer €9-10m for Josip Ilicic, but Fiorentina would rather extend his contract.
Colombia international Marlos Moreno had been linked with Inter, but Fiorentina are now showing interest in the Atletico Nacional man.
Fiorentina are reportedly planning a swoop for Hull City and Uruguay forward Abel Hernandez.
Giuseppe Rossi told our US correspondent he is encouraged that Italy “play for each other” at Euro 2016.
Paris Saint-Germain's Salvatore Sirigu is set for a return to Italy and Fiorentina may be his new home.
Roma are interested in Milan Badelj, but Fiorentina are reportedly inflexible on the terms for a transfer.
The reform of Italy's youth league, the Campionato Primavera, was initially rejected but could be subject to a second vote.
Marko Pjaca's impressive performances with Croatia gained him the interest of Fiorentina, Roma and Inter, but the price is getting steep.