SAMPDORIA NEWS

Sampdoria have confirmed that Juventus and Napoli are interested in Serie B revelation Simone Zaza.
Sampdoria’s Mauro Icardi is ready to join Inter and declared “I think I’m a lot like Gabriel Batistuta.”
Sampdoria have revealed that they have held just one round of talks with Milan to discuss a transfer for Andrea Poli.
Sampdoria have cooled speculation that Milan have wrapped up a deal for international midfielder Andrea Poli.
Sampdoria are showing an interest in signing Paulinho – the man who ensured promotion for Livorno on Sunday.
Milan are close to securing Andrea Poli, beating Juventus in a sprint finish for the Sampdoria star.
Andrea Poli felt it was “an honour” to play alongside Andrea Pirlo for Italy against San Marino and hopes to be at the Confederations Cup.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s future is no clearer, although the number of clubs said to be monitoring his situation continues to grow.
Siena sporting director Stefano Antonelli has admitted that Innocent Emeghara is being targeted by Sampdoria.
Serie B hotshot Simone Zaza still doesn’t know where he will be playing his football next season.
Sampdoria’s Lorenzo De Silvestri hopes he can return to the Italian international set-up during the 2013-14 campaign.
Sampdoria are said to be preparing an offer for Siena sensation Innocent Emeghara.
Daniele Gastaldello has warned Sampdoria teammate Mauro Icardi that life will be tough at Inter next season.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti has rubbished rumours that Nicolas Lopez could join the club.
Enzo Maresca has confirmed he will be leaving Sampdoria. “I am not part of their plans.”
Antonio Conte feels Juventus “deserved more” from their two defeats to Sampdoria and wished Nicklas Bendtner all the best after his injury.
Delio Rossi is the only Coach to have beaten Juventus twice this season, but admits “Mauro Icardi will leave Sampdoria.”
Sampdoria beat Scudetto winners Juventus for the second time this year, but the 3-2 result had some controversial incidents.
Juventus conclude their season at Marassi against the only team they haven’t been able to beat – Sampdoria.
Ciro Ferrara slammed Sampdoria for replacing him with Delio Rossi, claiming early wins “messed up their plans.”