PALERMO NEWS

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini admits he has “a bad feeling” about their campaign after slipping into the relegation zone.
Palermo transfer guru Pietro Lo Monaco announced they have “a verbal agreement” with Genoa to take Ciro Immobile, pending the Marco Borriello row.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini felt “pained” by their 3-0 home defeat to Fiorentina, as fans staged a protest.
Gian Piero Gasperini did not agree with the penalties, while Vincenzo Montella sees scenarios open up for Fiorentina.
Vincenzo Montella praised Stevan Jovetic and the team spirit at Fiorentina, as they thumped Palermo to go into third place.
Fiorentina crushed Palermo 3-0 and Lazio ruined Sampdoria boss Delio Rossi’s debut to go into second place, while Parma also earned a big away win at Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna Derby.
Fabrizio Miccoli and Luca Toni face their former clubs as Palermo-Fiorentina promises a real spectacle.
The variations to the Serie A schedule and kick-offs have been confirmed from Week 19 to Week 29.
Napoli were amongst the many clubs interested in Paulo Dybala before he eventually joined Palermo in the summer.
Palermo have denied speculation that they are looking to re-sign three of their former players next month.
Palermo defender Carlos Labrin has confirmed he’ll leave in January. “I have shown I am not ready.”
Josip Ilicic has turned down a lucrative offer from Dynamo Kiev in order to stay with current club Palermo.
Palermo have admitted that they would be interested in signing Ciro Immobile from Genoa in January.
The agent of Cristian Molinaro has rubbished reports that his client could be set for a January move to Palermo.
Dynamo Kiev will try to tempt Palermo into selling them Josip Ilicic next month, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Palermo have revealed that Vincenzo Montella was at the top of their summer coaching wish-list before he joined Fiorentina.
Stuttgart left-back Cristian Molinaro is being paired with a January move to struggling Serie A outfit Palermo.
Francesco Guidolin held up his hands after Udinese’s last-gasp equaliser and confessed “Palermo played better. We didn’t deserve that point.”
Gian Piero Gasperini vented his fury at the referees after Palermo “threw away two points” in Udine.
Palermo thought they had done enough to earn their first away win of the season, but Antonio Di Natale rescued a point for 10-man Udinese in the final minute.