PALERMO NEWS

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.”
Giuseppe Sannino begins his Palermo career by trying to “give the team the right hunger, balance and enthusiasm.”
Italy left-back Federico Balzaretti has admitted that he doesn’t know if he will remain at Palermo for next season.
Franco Brienza has expressed his delight at returning to Palermo this summer in a transfer from Siena.
Inter appear poised to completely overhaul their backline with deals for Matias Silvestre and Aleksandar Kolarov in the offing.
Palermo have officially signed Coach Giuseppe Sannino and forward Franco Brienza, taking both from Siena.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini isn’t expecting a summer transfer session to remember. “There is no money.”
Palermo haven’t yet contacted Siena regarding striker Emanuele Calaio, but the switch remains a possibility.
Chievo’s sporting director Luigi Sartori has admitted defeat in keeping hold of Michael Bradley, but denies rumours of Perparim Hetemaj’s departure.
Palermo have admitted that Emiliano Viviano and Matias Silvestre could both still be in their squad for the 2012-13 campaign.
Gaetano D’Agostino says he wants to continue playing for Siena despite the possible option of a switch to hometown club Palermo.
President Maurizio Zamparini has hit back at Palermo fans protesting against his transfer strategy. “In the financial crisis it’s tough to run a football club.”
Emiliano Viviano is almost certain to leave Palermo this summer after just six months, with Maurizio Zamparini confirming he is talking to several clubs.
The agent of Mauricio Pinilla says that it will take time for Cagliari to do a deal with Palermo for the striker.