SASSUOLO NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco will not discuss his future at Sassuolo but admits the decision is his to make.
Maurizio Sarri warns “the next could be my last year” at Napoli and he “dreams” of the Scudetto ahead of tomorrow’s Sassuolo trip.
Lorenzo Pellegrini is attracting a lot of attention at Sassuolo, but his agent warns “we’ll have to see if Roma want him back or not.”
Fiorentina director Giancarlo Antognoni confirmed Paulo Sousa will not be their Coach next season. “He started well, but didn’t end the way we expected.”
“If Gabigol doesn’t play at Inter, then he will be loaned out to a European club,” confirmed Gabriel Barbosa’s agent.
Juventus, Inter, Udinese, Sassuolo, Atalanta and Palermo are among the clubs tracking Boca Juniors teenage striker Marcelo Torres.
Marek Hamsik is in doubt for Sunday’s Serie A trip to Sassuolo, as the Napoli captain has been training separately from the group.
Jorginho wants to lift a trophy as “winning with Napoli is not like winning in other places”.
It’s reported Paulo Sousa’s Fiorentina renewal clause has expired, making it all-but certain he’ll leave at the end of the season.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi says Eusebio Di Francesco is “absolutely not” leaving - “journalistic fantasies shouldn’t be taken at face value”.
Sassuolo general manager Giovanni Carnevali admits ‘it would be an honour’ to see Domenico Berardi play for a top club.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli has emerged as the latest candidate to replace Paulo Sousa on the Fiorentina bench.
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic and Bologna midfielder Erick Pulgar have received two-match bans for insulting the referees.
With Roma only drawing, Napoli’s win over Udinese brings them within two points of second place, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 32.
Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to end the home losing streak and feels Sassuolo have learned from this season, but his future remains in doubt.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Sampdoria made costly errors in their 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo. “We could’ve lost by a bigger margin.”
Sassuolo fought back from a goal down to beat Sampdoria 2-1, ending their run of five consecutive home defeats.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s 10 Serie A games, from the Milan Derby through Roma-Atalanta, Pescara-Juventus, Fiorentina-Empoli and Genoa-Lazio to Napoli-Udinese.
The changes to the fixture list for Serie A Week 34, 35 and 36 have been announced, including Roma-Lazio, Inter-Napoli, Milan-Roma and Roma-Juventus.
Lazio have been fined €10,000 for songs expressing “territorial discrimination” against Napoli.