PALERMO NEWS

Palermo were leading in Turin, but Andrea Belotti destroyed his old club with a hat-trick, taking his Serie A tally to 22 goals.
Diego Lopez claims he would “stick” with Palermo striker Ilija Nestorovski over Torino’s Andrea Belotti ahead of Sunday’s clash between the two sides.
Palermo creative midfielder Alessandro Diamanti is a target for the New York Cosmos, according to reports.
Maurizio Zamparini will remain as a Palermo consultant, as the new owners “don’t know a damn thing” about football.
Reports suggest that Palermo may recieve up to €200m of investment from their recent takeover.
Maurizio Zamparini insists he won’t say goodbye to Palermo as “for two years I’ve received only insults”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has officially announced that he is stepping down to make way for a new owner.
Maurizio Zamparini has claimed that he will be standing down as Palermo President “very soon”, with American investors ready to buy him out.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo says his team must expect more from themselves after drawing at Palermo.
Diego Lopez chose to focus on the positives despite Palermo's concession of a last minute equaliser.
Palermo thought they’d done enough with their first penalty of the season, a soft one at that, but Fabio Quagliarella snatched a late Sampdoria equaliser.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from every Serie A game, including Milan’s trip to Sassuolo, Andrea Mandorlini’s Genoa debut and the Inter-Roma showdown.
Diego Lopez told Palermo they have no option other than to get points against Sampdoria in the early Sunday game.
Max Allegri threatened to quit Juventus if Leonardo Bonucci wasn’t suspended for insulting him, claims La Repubblica newspaper.
There was again tension between Max Allegri and his Juventus squad last night, as Leonardo Bonucci reacted angrily to the Coach.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri insists the Scudetto is still a long way off - “63 points is barely enough for the Europa League”.
Diego Lopez laments the “individual mistakes” which hurt Palermo in their defeat to Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri criticises Juventus’ first half against Palermo but “it’s one game less to winning the Scudetto”.
Paulo Dybala believes Juventus “didn’t play very well” against Palermo and warns “we must change our attitude”.
Juventus moved 10 points clear at the top of Serie A with a 4-1 win over Palermo, with Paulo Dybala's double.