SAMPDORIA NEWS

Inter are considering a move for Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi, say reports, long believed to leave for Juventus.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero “threatened us and took us for a ride,” claimed the agent of Samuel Eto’o.
Newly-promoted Crotone confirm they will announce their Coach next week and it’s likely to be Walter Zenga.
Sampdoria are after Matias Suarez from Anderlecht, and won't wait for Ricky Alvarez's new contract before making a move.
Inter are attempting to settle a deal with Torino to exchange Sampdoria loanee Eder for Bruno Peres.
Fabio Quagliarella backs Ciro Immobile and especially Lorenzo Insigne to start for the Azzurri at Euro 2016.
Francesco Guidolin’s Swansea City are preparing a swoop for Palermo left-back Achraf Lazaar.
Atalanta, Bologna, Torino and Sampdoria are all reportedly after Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci.
Torino's Sinisa Mihajlovic wants Sampdoria's Roberto Soriano and Bologna loanee Emanuele Giaccherini.
Starting from next season Serie A will require squads to include four youth team players and four players with Italian experience.
Carlo Tavecchio reveals the new Italy Coach “will be chosen next week, but I won’t name names now.”
Mario Balotelli is leaving Milan, but won’t stay at Liverpool either, as Galatasaray make another approach.
Antonio Cassano wants “clarity” on his Sampdoria situation. “I intend to have a super season, no matter where I am.”
Torino are after Fiorentina's Mati Fernandez, who is being targeted by several smaller clubs.
Sampdoria are reportedly interested in Mario Balotelli, but only if he’s released by Liverpool.
Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi are included in Argentina’s preliminary squad for the Rio Olympics, though Juventus won’t give permission.
Reports say Sinisa Mihajlovic will try to sign Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano and Luis Muriel if he becomes Torino Coach.
Walter Zenga complains that ‘Italy is bizarre’ and defends his Sampdoria record: “You glorify some Coaches and destroy others.”
Relive the highs, lows and extraordinary in-between moments in Football Italia’s season review of 2015-16.
Attilio Lombardo confirmed he “will be working with Sinisa Mihajlovic next season, possibly at Torino.”