PARMA NEWS

Damiano Tommasi hits out at the leadership of Parma, with wages still unpaid - ‘the situation has not changed at all’.
In a surprise development, Damiano Tommasi, head of the Italian footballers' union, the AIC, is at Parma’s training ground to meet with players.
Parma’s match with Udinese on Sunday could reportedly go ahead behind closed doors, to save on stewarding costs.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says the club will play its game with Udinese on Sunday, despite reports they can’t pay for stewards.
Parma’s financial crisis risks engulfing the rest of Serie A, with reports that Sunday’s game against Udinese is at risk.
Although they’ve given the club extra time to pay their wages, it’s reported Parma’s players have sent their contracts to the AIC.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti assures that the club’s players will receive their wages ‘today or tomorrow’.
The crisis at Parma is escalating rapidly, as the Italian state opens bankruptcy procedures against the club.
Although players held off legal action, it’s reported other creditors are putting Parma into administration.
Energy T.I. Group, who own 10 per cent of Parma, claim there were “serious irregularities” and confusion over debts.
Massimo Gobbi and AIC President Damiano Tommasi explain Parma players refusing to put the club into administration – for now.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli confirmed the players will “wait a few more days and trust the President.”
Parma President Giampietro Manenti reiterates that Parma have paid player wages, and is travelling to Slovenia to sort things out.
It’s reported that Parma have failed to pay their players once again, so the squad will meet to decide what action to take.
Parma defender Fabiano Santacroce admits players ‘still don’t know anything’ about outstanding wages, but says they remain confident.
The chaos surrounding Parma continues, as reports emerge that bailiffs have seized three vans and a company car.
Parma risk being deducted a further five points, and it’s still not clear if player wages have officially been paid.
Free agent and defender Dias Felipe declares he does not feel ‘on trial’ as he begins training with Inter to try to secure a move.
President Giampietro Manenti claims the payments to save Parma have already gone through, but blames the ‘time frame’.
Parma President Giampiero Manenti says wages will be paid before midnight tonight, saving the club from administration.