PALERMO NEWS

As the deadline approaches, a series of co-ownership deals have been finalised, including Pescara, Milan, Juventus, Udinese, Novara, Palermo and Genoa.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini thinks that goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will join Fiorentina this summer.
Palermo have revealed that only Napoli have made a bid for Federico Balzaretti – but they turned it down.
Devis Mangia has admitted that he has held talks with Siena about possibly replacing Giuseppe Sannino at the club.
Sporting director Marco Branca has revealed Inter’s transfer philosophy this summer, as well as plans for Mattia Destro, Matias Silvestre and Lucas Moura.
Palermo have told Inter that they will currently only accept cash in any deal that would see Matias Silvestre move to San Siro.
Palermo have confirmed they will not be keeping Emiliano Viviano next season, as he could instead “go to Fiorentina, Torino or back to Inter.”
Inter President Massimo Moratti held talks with Genoa today over Mattia Destro and confirmed negotiations for Matias Silvestre.
Palermo have revealed that they are on the verge of selling Matias Silvestre to Italian giants Inter.
Palermo's Federico Balzaretti and Napoli's Andrea Dossena are both of interest to cash strapped Milan.
Matias Silvestre is reportedly just a few steps away from completing a €11m transfer from Palermo to Inter.
Sporting director Giorgio Perinetti has warned away reported interested in full-back Federico Balzaretti, believing that he could remain with Palermo.
Palermo’s goalkeeper for next season, Samir Ujkani, has expressed his delight in being handed a second chance at the club.
Federico Balzaretti can’t wait to take to the field in tonight’s crucial Euro 2012 game between Italy and the Republic of Ireland.
Former Palermo tactician Devis Mangia is a possible contender to replace Giuseppe Sannino at Siena.
Serie A side Palermo claim that they have no room in their squad for Novara midfielder Marco Rigoni.
Fiorentina are on the verge of signing Mattia Cassani on a permanent basis, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Novara midfielder Marco Rigoni has welcomed transfer interest in his services from Serie A outfit Palermo.
Palermo confirm that Inter are most interested in defender Matias Silvestre, but warn that they want their money back on the Argentine.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini hopes new Coach Giuseppe Sannino “can last for five years. If I get rid of him early, then I deserve the sack instead.”