PALERMO NEWS

Sampdoria are on the verge of bringing ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano from Palermo.
Newly-promoted Palermo have officially signed Chievo midfielder Luca Rigoni.
Verona beat Serie D side St Georgen 3-0, Palermo put six past Latvians Jurmala, but Genoa drew with Al Hilal.
The 2014-15 Coppa Italia draw has been performed with Lazio-Livorno early on, while Inter-Milan and Roma-Juventus could be semi-finals.
Rolando Bianchi’s agent has revealed that Olympiacos are interested in his client, but is also open to a Palermo switch.
Andrea Caracciolo has revealed that he turned down advances from Palermo to stay on at Brescia this summer.
Palermo beat Austrian team Alpe Adria 3-0 with Paulo Dybala opening the scoring.
Palermo have officially signed Swedish international midfielder Robin Quaison from AIK.
It has been confirmed that Palermo and Milan will host Italy’s opening two home Euro 2016 qualifying matches.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says his team will add new signings as they prepare for life back in Serie A.
Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini has called for his side to follow the example set by the likes of Costa Rica and Mexico at the World Cup.
Maurizio Zamparini says he can’t see why Palermo cannot aim to qualify for European competition next season.
Palermo youngster Andrea Belotti has conceded that he can’t wait to start the new season and make his mark on Serie A.
Italy legend Toto Schillaci has claimed that he would accept any role given to him at Palermo.
It’s reported Napoli have received the all-clear to play their Champions League preliminary round at the San Paolo.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has backed Coach Beppe Iachini to make the team into the Italian Atletico Madrid.
Napoli apparently need a year-long agreement in place to use the San Paolo by July 10, or they will play the Champions League Play-off round in Palermo.
Newly-promoted Palermo have set their sights on Costa Rica’s Bryan Ruiz, who will be released by Fulham.
Francesco Lodi has once and for all determined he won’t join Palermo, as he asserts his commitment is to Catania.
Napoli are set to work with the city council to reach a new agreement for use of the San Paolo, including the possibility of renovation work.