FIORENTINA NEWS

Fiorentina need a result away to winless Hellas Verona to stop the sudden slide in form and start Giuseppe Rossi.
Follow the action from all EIGHT Serie A games, including Roma-Udinese, Napoli-Palermo, Sassuolo-Juventus, Milan-Chievo and Verona-Fiorentina.
Mario Suarez is continually linked with a move away from Fiorentina, as Sevilla and Liverpool are interested.
Andrea Mandorlini “accepts” the speculation over his Verona job as the injury crisis intensifies ahead of Fiorentina.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa insists he’s not worried, despite three defeats in a row.
Rudi Garcia praises Roma’s “spirit of sacrifice” and reveals he always “prefers to look at the positive things.”
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia points out that his players are “top because they deserve it” but warns against complacency.
Fiorentina managing director Sandro Mencucci says ‘Roma aren’t better than the Viola’ following their 2-1 defeat on Sunday.
Cesare Prandelli believes Roma are “best-placed to win this League” and doesn’t understand Paulo Dybala controversy.
Roma winger Mohamed Salah’s agent says protests from Fiorentina fans “don't affect anything”.
Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic is among six Serie A players in Ante Cacic’s latest Croatia squad.
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has been called up to the Argentina squad along with Lucas Biglia, Facundo Roncaglia and Gonzalo Higuain.
The agent of Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic says he’s ‘very sorry and saddened’ for not taking his chances against Roma.
Marcello Lippi struggles to name a Scudetto winner - “they’ve all had problems.”
Mohamed Salah’s agent has hit out at Fiorentina executives who ‘want to torment him’ and says: ‘Mohamed will never be banned.’
Mohamed Salah has received a one-game suspension after being sent off in Roma’s win over Fiorentina.
A Verona defeat in their midweek clash with Fiorentina could spell the end for Coach Andrea Mandorlini, according to reports.
Juventus ‘have the capacity to recover’ according to Fabio Capello, who discusses the Serie A title contenders.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle remains “more than proud and optimistic” after a 2-1 defeat to Roma.
Paulo Sousa notes Fiorentina “took the initiative throughout,” but were not as clinical in their finishing as Roma.