SAMPDORIA NEWS

Antonio Cassano said “with all the flops around, I could still play in Serie A, but if nobody in Italy wants me, I’ll probably retire in June.”
Bologna executive Claudio Fenucci has joined those who have called for Video Assistant Referees after controversial decisions at the weekend.
Reports suggest that Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio will meet with the agent of Sampdoria forward Patrik Schick today.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi confirmed Serie A will scrap goal-line officials if VAR is introduced and is “disappointed” at recent errors.
Marco Giampaolo joked he won’t start supersub Patrik Schick because “otherwise they’ll sell him” after Sampdoria’s controversial win over Bologna.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni blasted “incompetent” officials for awarding a non-existent penalty in their 3-1 defeat to Sampdoria.
Bologna were leading for much of the game at Marassi, but a terrible penalty decision sparked a flurry of goals as Sampdoria won 3-1.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from all today’s seven Serie A games, from Crotone-Roma through Inter-Empoli to Cagliari-Juventus.
Marco Giampaolo insists he is not thinking about rumours linking him with the Fiorentina job.
Roberto Donadoni does not believe Bologna are lacking desire despite a disastrous last couple of matches.
37-year-old Enzo Maresca has officially announced his retirement from football today.
Luis Muriel has refused to comment on rumours that he has an agreement in place with Inter ahead of a summer move to the club.
Marco Giampaolo is reportedly in pole position to replace Paulo Sousa at Fiorentina.
Reports suggest that striker Luis Muriel has agreed personal terms with Inter, but an agreement is yet to be struck with Sampdoria
Lucas Torreira “received interest from Roma, Sevilla and Milan,” so will likely be leaving Sampdoria, revealed his agent.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Milan-Sampdoria, Genoa-Sassuolo and the Derby d’Italia Juventus v Inter.
Marco Giampaolo can’t help but be satisfied after Sampdoria beat Milan. “It doesn’t happen every day to win at San Siro.”
Vincenzo Montella urged Milan to “talk less and work more” after their third consecutive Serie A defeat, at home to Sampdoria.
Luis Muriel reveals he “always looks at the goalkeeper” before a penalty after allowing Sampdoria to beat Milan 1-0 at San Siro.
Decimated Milan were plunged into crisis by a shock home defeat to Sampdoria, while Jose Sosa was sent off late on.