SASSUOLO NEWS

Sassuolo right-back Sime Vrsaljko is reportedly close to joining Napoli for €15m plus bonuses.
Sassuolo owner Lorenzo Squinzi confirmed he could keep Domenico Berardi and Juventus can be out-bid.
Eusebio Di Francesco says ‘Sassuolo deserve the Europa League’ and points out that ‘every year we’ve improved.’
Sassuolo are celebrating their first ever Europa League qualification, courtesy of Juventus.
Cristian Brocchi “saw something of mine in this Milan performance” after a slender Coppa Italia Final defeat to Juventus.
Riccardo Montolivo felt “Milan deserved to win on points, but Juventus were clinical” in the Coppa Italia Final.
Alvaro Morata came off the bench to give Juventus their second consecutive Coppa Italia, beating an impressive Milan in extra time.
Adriano Galliani confessed the Coppa Italia Final with Juventus is Milan’s “most important game of the season.”
Carlos Bacca urged Milan to face Juventus in the Coppa Italia Final with “fiery hearts and cool heads.”
Milan rely on Carlos Bacca and Jack Bonaventura, while Juventus hope Mario Mandzukic celebrates his birthday in the Coppa Italia Final.
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The Coppa Italia Final is this evening, as we look at the likely line-ups from Milan and Juventus.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi says “it’s possible” Domenico Berardi will join Juventus but “it’s not done”.
Juventus are thinking of Edinson Cavani, Christian Benteke, Romelu Lukaku and Gabriel Jesus should Alvaro Morata be sold.
Juventus will have an extra set of supporters when facing Milan in the Coppa Italia Final, as Sassuolo set up giant screens.
Domenico Berardi's agent says he has had 'no contacts' with Inter or Juventus, so the striker may remain with Sassuolo.
Reports say Juventus held a meeting with Sassuolo for Domenico Berardi yesterday, but Inter could still enter the fray.
Sassuolo director general Giovanni Carnevali reveals “major Italian and foreign clubs” want Sime Vrsaljko.
Serie A teams ‘tried to raise the quality of their game this season’ according to Sassuolo’s Eusebio Di Francesco, who’s frustrated by ‘the hysteria.’
It’s ‘difficult’ for Sassuolo to become the Italian Leicester City says Eusebio Di Francesco, ‘but we like to dream.’