SPAL NEWS

Luca Rigoni is ready to leave Genoa due to a lack of playing time, with Chievo and Spal interested in taking him on.
Sampdoria have officially confirmed that Federico Bonazzoli has joined SPAL on loan with option to buy.
Leonardo Semplici has challenged SPAL to prove their doubters wrong after an impressive draw at Lazio.
Simone Inzaghi admits Lazio should have done better in their disappointing goalless draw with SPAL.
Newly-promoted Spal had the best chances and clipped the woodwork, holding Lazio to a surprise goalless draw.
Simone Zaza is being linked with a return to Italian football, with Cagliari said to be interested.
Join us for all the build-up and action from this evening’s eight Serie A games, including Atalanta-Roma, Crotone-Milan, Lazio-Spal and the massive Inter-Fiorentina.
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Lazio are without Felipe Anderson and Keita Balde Diao for tonight’s Serie A opener against Spal.
Spal make their first Serie A appearance in 50 years tonight against Lazio and Leonardo Semplici wants them to “be up to the task.”
Cagliari are close to deals for Napoli striker Leonardo Pavoletti and Fenerbahce full-back Gregory van der Wiel.
Massimo Rastelli felt a 3-0 defeat to Juventus was harsh on Cagliari and confirmed they’ll bring in Gregory van der Wiel from Fenerbahce.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini criticised Marco Borriello for “a lack of respect,” but confirmed negotiations with Fenerbahce for Gregory van der Wiel.
Simone Inzaghi is glad “people are talking about Lazio again” after the Supercoppa win over Juventus, but Keita Balde Diao and Wesley Hoedt are an issue.
Spal have officially signed Marco Borriello and Bartosz Salamon from Cagliari.
Marco Borriello explained why he is leaving Cagliari for Spal, but insists he never argued with Coach Massimo Rastelli.
Marco Borriello is believed to be in talks with SPAL, and Cagliari haven’t called him up for their trip to Juventus.
Marco Borriello is almost certain to leave Cagliari after the striker was left out of their Serie A opener against Juventus.
Marco Borriello is heading towards Spal, so Cagliari aim to replace him with Napoli outcast Leonardo Pavoletti.
Marco Borriello is eager to leave Cagliari, according to multiple reports, with Spal, Bologna and Genoa interested.