PARMA NEWS

Parma have already set their sights on a summer transfer target, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Parma have been linked with a summer transfer swoop for Manchester United striker Federico Macheda.
Roberto Donadoni was disappointed by the Tardini surface and Rolando Maran felt Catania did all they could.
Juventus fumbled a 2-0 lead in Verona on Daniel Osvaldo’s debut, while Sampdoria and Genoa scraped important victories.
Roberto Donadoni prepares Parma to face Catania and hints he could give Nicola Pozzi and Cristian Molinaro debuts.
Marco Parolo has insisted that he has put the January transfer window behind him and wants to concentrate on doing well for Parma.
Jonathan Biabiany has officially extended his contract with Parma, ending links with Milan, Lazio and Guangzhou Evergrande.
Catania goalkeeper Alberto Frison has been diagnosed with a thigh strain, so Mariano Andujar is recalled.
Parma director Pietro Leonardi has claimed that the club are ‘proud and happy’ to have kept hold of Jonathan Biabiany.
Roma’s match with Parma has been rearranged for April 2 or April 9, depending on how Lazio get on in the Europa League.
Parma CEO Pietro Leonardi has hinted at plans to hand Jonathan Biabiany a new contract, as he muses on the postponed game at Roma yesterday.
Suggestions in Italy are that continued bad weather conditions in Rome could put at risk Roma’s Coppa Italia first-leg semi-final with Napoli.
Week 22’s abandoned fixture between Roma and Parma looks set to be arranged for the first or second week of April.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni admits there are problems finding a new date for the game with Parma, which was rained off today.
Roma-Parma has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch, so will have to be played on another day.
Roma look to Francesco Totti, Gervinho and Miralem Pjanic against Antonio Cassano’s on-form Parma.
Parma prepared to take on Roma by visiting Pope Francis in the Vatican. “It was a great honour.”
Rudi Garcia claims Dani Osvaldo joining Juventus “changes nothing,” as Roma “just have to win” against Parma.
Edy Reja admits he didn’t think Hernanes would leave and “several rejected transfers to Lazio,” including Sebastian Giovinco.
Deadline day passed in Italy, but Serie A clubs can still sell players abroad and Galatasaray want Andrea Ranocchia.