PALERMO NEWS

Coach Vincenzo Montella claims Sampdoria must be able to sustain their game for 95 minutes ahead of playing Palermo.
Cagliari and Genoa want to sign Palermo outcast Luca Rigoni, who was frozen out by President Maurizio Zamparini.
Vincenzo Montella complained “the fixture list is not helping” Sampdoria in their Coppa Italia clash with Milan.
Alessandria have become the first Lega Pro side to reach the Coppa Italia quarter-final in 32 years.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini is “seeking a foreign buyer” for the club. “I invested €100m that I’ll never see again.”
Sampdoria hitman Eder has “a small tear” to the right thigh muscle and is expected to miss out on the remaining 2015 games.
Jonathan Calleri’s agent confirms the Boca striker will join Inter, and be sent out on loan for six months.
Reports suggest Inter, Roma and Fiorentina are interested in Napoli’s Manolo Gabbiadini for January.
This weekend’s win over Frosinone was reportedly enough to ensure Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini keeps his job over the winter break.
Palermo crushed Frosinone 4-1 for a much-needed victory to break away from the relegation zone.
Roberto Stellone hopes Frosinone can make the most of Palermo’s poor form and “lack of harmony in the club.”
Davide Ballardini is adamant Palermo’s game with Frosinone tomorrow is “important, but not fundamental.”
Agent Andrea D’Amico says Toronto’s Sebastian Giovinco, New York City FC’s Andrea Pirlo and Zenit’s Domenico Criscito will all stay put.
Venezuelan club Zulia FC have announced the sale of former Parma striker Manuel Arteaga to Palermo.
Atalanta boss Edy Reja doesn’t understand why Palermo sacked Beppe Iachini in the first place.
Palermo director Manuel Gerolin confessed they are “thinking and evaluating” a recall for Beppe Iachini.
Fiorentina disposed of Udinese to fly into second place, while Atalanta pummelled Palermo, Chievo stunned Frosinone and Empoli doomed Verona.
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The Players’ Association has warned it will clamp down on Palermo after President Maurizio Zamparini claimed his team performed badly on purpose.
Palermo’s Franco Vazquez has received a three-game Coppa Italia ban after his red card against Alessandria.