PARMA NEWS

Parma’s fate could be decided tomorrow, as administrators consider three expressions of interest, but no bids in the final auction.
Parma have announced a ‘bid’ received at auction amounted to a declaration of interest, and is therefore not valid.
It’s reported that cinema tycoon Giuseppe Corrado is the bidder for Parma, with baseball legend Mike Piazza pulling out.
A last auction for Parma has finally attracted a bid, but it is not yet clear who it is from, or if it is viable.
A final auction to sell Parma has taken place, with the club needing a buyer to be able to compete in Serie B next season.
Paulo Sousa is believed to be the leading candidate for the Fiorentina job, but Roberto Donadoni is also considered.
American baseball legend Mike Piazza updates Football Italia on plans to take over Parma, but warns: “Nothing is guaranteed.”
Parma’s sporting debt has now been reduced to €22.2m, so with that sum a new owner could register for the Serie B season.
American baseball legend Mike Piazza is interested in buying up bankrupt club Parma. "It's true."
Sinisa Mihajlovic said his departure from Sampdoria will be confirmed tomorrow. “We made huge steps forward.”
Follow all the action as it happens in the final round of the season, including Napoli v Lazio for third and Mauro Icardi v Empoli for Capocannoniere.
Jose Mauri’s agent denied reports the Parma midfielder already has a deal with Milan. “There are also two Italian and two overseas clubs.”
Parma administrators confirm “there have been nine expressions of interest” in buying the club, but “June 9 it’ll be Serie B or D.”
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero confirmed Sinisa Mihajlovic will leave. “Roberto Donadoni, Maurizio Sarri or Paulo Sousa will be the Coach.”
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma “could go on strike” for tomorrow’s game with Sampdoria, as they feel “abandoned.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic dropped some big hints he is leaving Sampdoria. “This will always be home, but my debt is paid.”
Antonio Cassano discusses his 'idols' Francesco Totti, Leo Messi and Paolo Maldini, whilst eyeing an Azzurri return.
Parma’s players have released a statement warning ‘time is short’ to save the stricken club.
The fifth and final auction for the acquisition of Parma has again failed to attract a buyer for the bankrupt club.
Antonio Cassano has taken steps to help Parma avoid bankruptcy by giving up a large percentage of outstanding wages.