SASSUOLO NEWS

It has been confirmed that Mario Balotelli will miss Milan’s next match after being handed a one-game ban.
It’s a straight fight between Alberto Malesani and Ciro Ferrara for the Sassuolo job, according to reports.
With Mirko Vucinic set to leave Juventus, reports claim that Domenico Berardi could be his replacement in Turin.
Reports in Spain and Italy believe that Roma have an agreement with Barcelona to sign Antonio Sanabria, and he will be farmed out to Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco looks set to be shown the door at Sassuolo, with Alberto Malesani contacted for his availability.
Mimmo Di Carlo saw a positive Livorno debut, but Sassuolo consider Eusebio Di Francesco's status.
Sassuolo confirmed they are “taking a moment to reflect” on Coach Eusebio Di Francesco’s position.
Inter’s crisis intensified with a draw against bottom club Catania, while Parma, Torino and Livorno got precious victories.
Domenico Di Carlo makes his Livorno debut today in a relegation six-pointer with Sassuolo, demanding “a battling spirit.”
Sassuolo have completed the signing of Genoa midfielder Davide Biondini on a six-month loan.
Parma director Pietro Leonardi has praised new signings Jonathan Rossini and Ezequiel Schelotto.
Domenico Berardi’s agent has denied reports that Werder Bremen have made a bid for the striker.
Parma have announced details of a five-player transaction with Sassuolo, involving Ezequiel Schelotto and Nicola Sansone.
Eusebio Di Francesco wonders where Sassuolo's spirit has gone and Giampiero Ventura wants Ciro Immobile for Italy.
There were some real upsets today, as Gian Piero Gasperini took revenge on Inter, 10-man Bologna held Napoli with Torino and Parma away wins.
Livorno director Stefano Capozucca confirmed the club “turned down Sassuolo’s offer for Paulinho.”
Parma could take Ezequiel Schelotto and Jonathan Rossini in exchange for Aleandro Rosi, Nicola Sansone and Pedro Mendes to Sassuolo.
Torino striker Ciro Immobile says he is ready for his side’s trip to Sassuolo this Sunday after recovering from injury.
Cesare Prandelli has made clear that Italy will wait for Giuseppe Rossi, and commented Domenico Berardi will be going ‘step by step’.
Sergio Floccari’s proposed move to Bologna looks to be on the verge of collapse, with two other Serie A sides now interested.