FIORENTINA NEWS

Adriano Galliani praised Mario Balotelli, locked down Philippe Mexes and said Axel Witsel “wants Milan, but it’s difficult.”
Paulo Sousa said Fiorentina must build on their opening victory when visiting Torino on Sunday.
Napoli, Fiorentina and Olympique Marseille have asked Juventus for Chile international Mauricio Isla.
Milan are reportedly targeting Genoa's Diego Perotti while simultaneously blocking Fiorentina's move for Philippe Mexes.
Fiorentina could sell Jose Maria Basanta to Monterrey, renewing their interest in Milan’s Philippe Mexes.
Mario Balotelli and Juraj Kucka are in the Milan squad against Empoli tomorrow, but Alessandro Matri is out.
Fiorentina have officially agreed terms with free agent Joan Verdu Fernandez, pending a medical.
Fiorentina director general Andrea Rogg discusses the Europa League draw, and inisists Joaquin will not be allowed to leave.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic admits President Silvio Berlusconi was ‘disappointed’ by defeat to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina, Lazio and Napoli have discovered their Europa League group stage opponents.
Italian teams Napoli, Fiorentina and Lazio are in the top two pots ahead of today's Europa League group draws.
Milan midfielder Riccardo Montolivo respects Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic’s decision not to play him - ‘the good of the team comes first’.
Davide Astori says Napoli ‘lost sight of the real negotiation’ early this summer, but praises Fiorentina’s ‘great potential.’
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira could reportedly be back by the end of September.
Former Inter defender Marco Materazzi believes his old side can ‘compete for the Scudetto’ this season.
Joaquin’s agent said “now we are waiting for Real Betis to take action and Fiorentina to be understanding.”
Joaquin pleads with Fiorentina to sell him to Real Betis - ‘I don’t understand why they’re doing this’.
Fiorentina winger Joaquin admits he wants to return to Real Betis - ‘I just want to go home’.
Juventud striker Jaime Baez will sign for Fiorentina, the Brazilian club has confirmed.
With the start of a new season Dave Taylor selects his best XI from an exciting, topsy-turvy Week 1