SAMPDORIA NEWS

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi trolled Sampdoria with another aerial message. “I’m happy they went out of Europe.”
Antonio Cassano is a Sampdoria player again, signing a two-year contract. “I am so happy.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi flew a plane over fans with a message to mock Sampdoria’s Europa League exit.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero confirms Antonio Cassano will return “and become our symbol.”
Antonio Cassano is reportedly undergoing his medical ahead of signing a two-year contract with Sampdoria.
Rolando Bianchi is in talks with Bari, Sampdoria, Chievo and clubs in Qatar after terminating his Bologna contract.
Mario Balotelli reportedly offered himself to Inter and turned down Al-Ahli, but is waiting for Lazio in the Champions League.
Antonio Cassano has agreed a deal to return to Sampdoria, according to reports.
Walter Zenga said Sampdoria may be out of the Europa League, but the win over Vojvodina “got back our dignity.”
Sampdoria won 2-0 over Vojvodina in Serbia, but went out of the Europa League 4-2 on aggregate.
Sampdoria have a Mission Impossible in Serbia, trying to overturn a 4-0 first leg Europa League defeat to Vojvodina.
There are reports Georgios Samaras has failed a medical with Sampdoria.
Former Celtic and Manchester City striker Georgios Samaras is currently undergoing his medical at Sampdoria.
Genoa and Sampdoria are reportedly set to battle it out for the signature of Atalanta striker German Denis.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero calls for patience with Coach Walter Zenga, despite Europa League humiliation.
Sampdoria have reportedly called Vincenzo Montella to replace Walter Zenga before the season has even started.
Sampdoria’s Europa League campaign is a shambles, but director Carlo Osti warned players must “spit blood” against Vojvodina.
Mario Balotelli was reportedly offered to Roma and Fiorentina, but both turned down the troubled Liverpool striker.
Sampdoria are considering alternatives to Coach Walter Zenga and the favourite seems to be Gigi Del Neri.
Walter Zenga admits he saw no signs of the “total nightmare” Sampdoria would have, losing 4-0 to Vojvodina in the Europa League.