PARMA NEWS

Parma striker Raffaele Palladino says he wants to stay with the club, even if that means dropping down to Serie D.
Parma are set for another points penalty after President Giampietro Manenti was deferred to the Disciplinary Commission.
It’s reported the group interested in buying up Parma is also behind Toronto FC and the Toronto Raptors.
Lazio’s visit to Juventus in Week 31 has been moved to Saturday due to the Bianconeri’s Champions League commitments.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli will miss the next three games after his red card in the weekend defeat to Torino.
Captain Alessandro Lucarelli believes a deal to sell Parma to American investors is close after a meeting with Carlo Tavecchio.
Businessman Alfredo Scaccia is reportedly set to meet with Parma’s administrators, with a view to taking over the club.
Eder stunned Inter for Sampdoria to leapfrog Napoli, who were held by 10-man Atalanta, while Fiorentina stalled and Roma held off Lazio’s challenge.
It’s a huge Serie A Sunday night with Sampdoria-Inter, Cesena-Roma, Lazio-Verona, Napoli-Atalanta and more.
Torino are without Alexander Farnerud for two weeks, while Giuseppe Vives also misses the trip to Parma.
Roberto Donadoni is “disgusted” by Parma’s bankruptcy and wants previous Presidents to join Giampietro Manenti in prison.
Parma administrators say the team should see out the Serie A season and potential new owners can bid from May.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli assures that they will play on Sunday against Torino, despite the club being declared bankrupt.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli will reportedly be on the board of creditors in talks with administrators.
Antonio Mirante said Parma might not play Torino after the club was declared bankrupt. “It depends on the administrator.”
Businessman Alfredo Scaccia is said to have submitted a declaration of interest to Parma’s administrators.
The extent of Parma’s debt has been revealed, with total liabilities topping €200m.
With Parma declared bankrupt by a court this afternoon, here’s what will happen next for the Ducali.
Parma have officially been declared bankrupt, and will have to be funded by the Lega Serie A to finish the season.
Parma midfielder Daniele Galloppa warns that the players cannot guarantee they’ll play against Torino on Sunday.