SAMPDORIA NEWS

Get ready for the weekend by reading up on games including tonight’s Bologna-Napoli, then Milan-Sampdoria, Genoa-Sassuolo and the Derby d’Italia Juventus v Inter.
Milan will reportedly drop Manuel Locatelli for Jose Sosa when Sampdoria visit San Siro on Sunday.
Patrik Schick warned that after Sampdoria saw off Roma, “we’re convinced we can beat Milan too this weekend.”
Antonio Cassano promised to bring “enthusiasm” to any club he joins, but if he can’t find a new team, he’ll “be a babysitter.”
Luca Antonelli has picked up a muscular problem in training, meaning Milan’s only left-back is Leonel Vangioni.
Carlos Carbonero has officially terminated his contract with Sampdoria by mutual consent.
Goalkeeper Christian Puggioni has extended his contract with Sampdoria to June 2019.
An intermediary for Patrik Schick confirms Milan, Juventus and Inter want the Sampdoria striker.
Sampdoria have completed the signing of Valerio Verre, but he’ll be loaned back to Pescara until the end of the season.
Sampdoria have officially completed the signing of Hajduk Split defender Lorenco Simic.
Join us on transfer deadline day for the breaking news, confirmed deals and to vent your joy/frustration.
Sampdoria have officially confirmed that Filip Djuricic has signed on a permanent basis from Benfica.
Radja Nainggolan explains that he rejected Chelsea as “a lifestyle choice” and is happy at Roma.
Defender Matias Silvestre has officially extended his contract with Sampdoria to June 2019.
Join us for the build-up and action from all eight Serie A games, including Torino-Atalanta, Sassuolo-Juventus, Sampdoria-Roma, Udinese-Milan and Napoli-Palermo.
Marco Giampaolo said Sampdoria “played with courage and were rewarded” with the 3-2 victory over Roma.
Luciano Spalletti couldn’t help but complain about the refereeing after Roma were denied a late penalty in the 3-2 defeat to Sampdoria.
Roma collapsed to a shock 3-2 defeat at Sampdoria after twice taking the lead and were denied a last-gasp penalty.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni insists they “did not receive any formal offers” for Juventus and Liverpool target Leandro Paredes.
Roma face a tricky trip to Marassi if they are to keep up the Scudetto challenge and Sampdoria are out for revenge.