TORINO NEWS

Vincenzo Montella confirms Milan are “considering” their next big buy in attack, while Leonardo Bonucci “seemed unrealistic” and Gianluigi Donnarumma made the right choice.
Torino fans have donated plants to repair the landscape after the devastating wildfires on Vesuvius.
Torino have reportedly told Milan defender Gabriel Paletta to accept their offer by Friday or miss out on joining them.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is “very happy that Andrea Belotti is remaining with us. The President was clear: release clause abroad or nothing.”
The first match of the 2017-18 Serie A season will be Juventus-Cagliari on August 19, while Roma-Inter is on Saturday August 26.
The opening round of the Serie A 2017-18 season has been drawn up, including Inter-Fiorentina, Crotone-Milan, Verona-Napoli and Atalanta-Roma.
You can watch the live ceremony of the 2017-18 Serie A fixtures being drawn up this evening.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura told Andrea Belotti to “work hard and become the player we all believe he can be,” whether at Torino or elsewhere.
The Serie A fixtures will be announced tonight, with several rules governing the process.
Torino have officially sold Gaston Silva to Mexican club Pumas for a reported €1.7m fee (£1.5m).
Juventus are preparing to sell Tomas Rincon, with Bologna the favourites ahead of Fiorentina, Torino and Atalanta, freeing Godfred Donsah for the Granata.
Borussia Monchengladbach have asked Roma for Juan Manuel Iturbe on loan with €11m option to buy, claim Tuttomercatoweb.
New Torino signing Alejandro Berenguer confirms Napoli “made a first offer to take me” but then “I didn’t hear from them”.
Milan’s hierarchy reportedly made a flying visit to London, as they look to secure their ‘Mr X’ signing.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s brother has claimed that the Lazio midfielder only wants to join Juventus.
Andrea Belotti has not asked Torino to sell him, so Milan would need at least €80m to sign him, reports suggest.
The draw has been made for this season’s Coppa Italia, with a potential Milan derby in the quarter-final.
Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli confirms they like Andrea Belotti but “you can’t always get the things you like”.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone promises one more “excellent, top-level signing” this summer.
Urbano Cairo has reiterated his desire to keep Andrea Belotti at all costs – but only on the proviso that the striker stays “motivated”.