SAMPDORIA NEWS

The changes to the fixture list for Serie A Week 34, 35 and 36 have been announced, including Roma-Lazio, Inter-Napoli, Milan-Roma and Roma-Juventus.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Fiorentina did earn their point in a 2-2 thriller, despite Sampdoria taking the lead twice.
Join us for the build-up and action from all seven Serie A games, from Sampdoria-Fiorentina through Crotone-Inter, Milan-Palermo, Bologna-Roma and Lazio-Napoli.
Paulo Sousa insists “Europe was never the objective” for Fiorentina after their 2-2 draw away to Sampdoria.
Fiorentina fought back twice from a goal down to snatch a 2-2 draw away to Sampdoria, sealed by a Khouma Babacar last-minute stunner.
Jeison Murillo admits Inter are “angry” after their defeat to Sampdoria and must avoid another slip-up with Crotone.
Fiorentina have Federico Bernardeschi back as they visit giant-killers Sampdoria with Fabio Quagliarella and Patrik Schick.
Fiorentina were late getting to the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, so the kick-off of their game with Sampdoria is postponed by 20 minutes.
Marco Giampaolo wants Sampdoria to keep their cool and warned Fiorentina “have a style of football that can really cause us problems.”
Fiorentina have Nikola Kalinic and Federico Bernardeschi available for their trip to Sampdoria, but Matias Vecino is still out of action.
Paulo Sousa is pleased with Fiorentina’s new defensive solidity and expects “a game with a lot of quality” against Sampdoria.
Gonzalo Rodriguez will make his 200th Fiorentina appearance on Sunday against Sampdoria, which the defender says is “a beautiful source of pride”.
Sampdoria have now officially announced that Marco Giampaolo has extended his contract until 2020.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli admits Champions League qualification “is even more difficult now”, but defends his record.
Reports suggest Marco Giampaolo has agreed a new contract with Sampdoria, tying him down until 2020.
Stefano Pioli feels comfortable on the Inter bench and shrugs off Antonio Conte rumours. “I open the door, but don’t see anyone there.”
Reports suggest Inter want both Luis Muriel and Patrik Schick, with the latter to remain at Sampdoria on loan.
Matias Silvestre’s agent believes an Italy call would be “just reward” for the Sampdoria defender’s form.
Patrik Schick’s agent “won’t comment” on rumours about the Sampdoria striker but “when there’s something interesting we’ll decide”.
Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira is reportedly on the shortlist of incoming sporting director Monchi.