PALERMO NEWS

New Palermo President Paul Baccaglini denied rumours they are in talks with Claudio Ranieri, but “we want to expand our brand all over the world.”
Diego Perotti is out of Roma’s trip to Palermo and Kostas Manolas suspended, while Luciano Spalletti confirmed Edin Dzeko will rest.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti was asked about his future after Juventus reports. “I have not signed any pre-contracts with anyone.”
Luciano Spalletti admits Roma have “one tyre stuck in the mud and I am at the wheel,” but they can emerge from their sticky situation against Palermo.
Palermo are reportedly looking to bring in former Leicester City Coach Claudio Ranieri.
Roma have been fined €10,000 for discriminatory chanting in the defeat to Napoli.
New Palermo President Paul Baccaglini will meet the mayor “to start talking about the stadium and training ground”.
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Palermo have announced that Paul Baccaglini is their new President, with the Italo-American’s takeover almost complete.
Torino President Urbano Cairo admits Andrea Belotti has already outgrown his €100m release clause. “It should now be €150m.”
Diego Lopez concedes Palermo still make too many costly errors after they collapsed to a 3-1 defeat at Torino.
Sinisa Mihajlovic joked that if Andrea Belotti continues his scoring form, Torino “will have to increase the €100m release clause.”
Palermo were leading in Turin, but Andrea Belotti destroyed his old club with a hat-trick, taking his Serie A tally to 22 goals.
Diego Lopez claims he would “stick” with Palermo striker Ilija Nestorovski over Torino’s Andrea Belotti ahead of Sunday’s clash between the two sides.
Palermo creative midfielder Alessandro Diamanti is a target for the New York Cosmos, according to reports.
Maurizio Zamparini will remain as a Palermo consultant, as the new owners “don’t know a damn thing” about football.
Reports suggest that Palermo may recieve up to €200m of investment from their recent takeover.
Maurizio Zamparini insists he won’t say goodbye to Palermo as “for two years I’ve received only insults”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has officially announced that he is stepping down to make way for a new owner.
Maurizio Zamparini has claimed that he will be standing down as Palermo President “very soon”, with American investors ready to buy him out.