SASSUOLO NEWS

Four top sides in Serie A and the Premier League will reportedly do battle for Sassuolo midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini in the summer.
Inter are said to be moving closer to the signing of Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi.
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Eusebio Di Francesco admits Sassuolo did not do enough in their goalless draw with Crotone.
Davide Nicola still believes Crotone can stay in Serie A after their goalless draw with Sassuolo today.
Crotone picked up a point and went closest to getting a winner, but Sassuolo were rescued by the woodwork.
Reports suggest that Inter are ready to invest €150m into the squad this summer.
Luca Banti has been announced as the referee for this weekend’s showdown between Roma and Napoli.
Domenico Berardi’s agent “bitterly acknowledge that as usual nobody in our football admits to a mistake” after the Sassuolo player’s fine for simulation.
Inter may look to bring former Sassuolo defender Sime Vrsaljko back to Serie A this summer, reports say.
Reports suggest that Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo is favourite for the Fiorentina job in the summer.
There are six Serie A players handed one-match bans, including Franck Kessie and Riccardo Saponara, while Inter are fined for their supporters hurling objects at officials.
It’s claimed Inter have already agreed a deal to sign Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi in the summer.
Fiorentina are reportedly looking to bring in Eusebio Di Francesco this summer, and are hoping he brings Domenico Berardi with him.
Milan captain Ignazio Abate will be assessed today after suffering an eye injury against Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco was frustrated at the refereeing errors that blighted Sassuolo’s defeat to Milan. “We see our work ruined like this.”
Vincenzo Montella admits “some of the incidents went in our favour” as Milan beat Sassuolo amid controversy, but “there was too much tension.”
Alberto Aquilani was dumbfounded by the refereeing errors as Sassuolo lost to Milan. “They transformed the game and cannot be ignored.”
Milan ended their Sassuolo curse with an extremely controversial 1-0 win, as Carlos Bacca’s penalty was just one of several strange incidents.