SASSUOLO NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco has officially extended his contract with Sassuolo after leading them to their first ever Serie A campaign.
Newly promoted Sassuolo have confirmed that promising youngster Domenico Berardi will remain for the 2013-14 campaign.
Luca Toni is on the verge a move to Hellas Verona, according to reports in the Italian Press this morning.
Fiorentina have told Luca Toni he is free to go, so Bologna, Hellas Verona and Sassuolo came forward with offers.
Sassuolo are promoted to Serie A for the first time in their 91-year history and Coach Eusebio Di Francesco has pledged to remain.
Hellas Verona and nine-man Sassuolo have earned promotion to Serie A, but Livorno, Empoli, Novara and Brescia go into the play-offs.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi reveals Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi “told me Massimiliano Allegri doesn’t understand anything.”
Sassuolo are interested in taking Manolo Gabbiadini once his loan spell at Bologna comes to an end.
Serie B leaders Sassuolo received a blow with news one of their players, Leonardo Pavoletti, failed a doping test.
Juventus have jumped to the front of the queue for teenage Serie B wide attacker Domenico Berardi.
Sassuolo stretched their lead at the top of Serie B to four points as they overcame Cesena 5-0 at Stadio Alberto Braglia.
Manchester City talent scout Angelo Gregucci confirmed Fiorentina star Stevan Jovetic “is on our list,” plus two Serie B youngsters.
Sassuolo claim their 18-year-old hitman Domenico Berardi is “followed with great attention” by Manchester United, Juventus and other top clubs.
Serie A new boys Torino have snapped up Sassuolo's Gianluca Sansone in a co-ownership deal.
Sampdoria held on to a draw at Sassuolo to reach the promotion play-off final, but it required a dramatic late goalline clearance.
Sampdoria fought back and parried a penalty to earn a 2-1 promotion play-off first leg victory over Sassuolo.