PALERMO NEWS

Relive the highs, lows and extraordinary in-between moments in Football Italia’s season review of 2015-16.
Palermo’s Franco Vazquez announces his departure: “I can’t give any more, I need a change of scene.”
Former Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini will be appointed by Udinese tomorrow, according to multiple reports.
Michel Morganella and Pawel Wszolek have both been given three-game bans for their fight in Palermo-Verona.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini believes Franco Vazquez would do well at “Juventus, but also Napoli or Roma”.
Juventus forward Paulo Dybala still wants to improve, and uses Gigi Buffon as his inspiration - “he’s 38 and gets better every day”.
Juventus have reportedly signed Corinthians talent Matheus Pereira, but he’ll be loaned out next season.
Davide Ballardini described Palermo staying in Serie A after their chaotic campaign as "a masterpiece."
Palermo squeezed a 3-2 win over Verona to secure safety, as Carpi go down despite beating Udinese.
The final relegation spot is decided tonight in Palermo-Verona and Udinese-Carpi, while there's also Lazio-Fiorentina.
Verona Coach Luigi Del Neri assures Carpi that “we’ll do our best” against Palermo.
Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini admits “no-one will remember” recent good performances if they go down today.
Fabrizio Castori is confident Carpi can win at Udinese tonight, though Serie A safety depends also on Palermo’s result.
After Juventus celebrate the Scudetto against Sampdoria, it’s a triple bill for Europe tonight with Napoli-Frosinone, Milan-Roma and Sassuolo-Inter.
Poland have called up seven Serie A players for Euro 2016, including Fiorentina's Jakub Błaszczykowski and Roma's Wojciech Szczesny.
Carpi released a statement urging the Lega Serie A to “monitor very carefully” the Verona-Palermo match.
Sweden announced their 23-man squad for Euro 2016, where they’ll face Italy, but Albin Ekdal’s freak injury creates a problem.
Coach Devis Mangia has left Serie B side Ascoli due to health problems.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini announces “I’ll sell Franco Vazquez abroad”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini insists “I didn’t make any allegation” against referees, but admits to being “jaded”.