TORINO NEWS

Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s Serie A games, as Napoli need a victory at Torino to stay second and Luca Toni waves goodbye in Verona-Juventus.
Luciano Spalletti said Roma “sent the message we want to win and our fans gave us enthusiasm in return.”
Miralem Pjanic hopes Napoli trip up at Torino this evening and reiterated he is “happy at Roma, but you never know in football.”
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Giampiero Ventura has Ciro Immobile back in the side as Torino host his hometown club Napoli.
Claudio Ranieri is reportedly eyeing Torino captain Kamil Glik to reinforce Leicester City next season.
Maurizio Sarri said Napoli “have been good, but we want to be extraordinary” by beating Torino to secure second place.
Andrea Belotti keeps his Euro 2016 hopes alive and is very glad he chose Torino. “Simone Zaza and Manolo Gabbiadini sit on the bench.”
Napoli's Mirko Valdifiori could head to Torino this summer in order to find some playing time again.
Sporting director Walter Sabatini believes Roma can finish second, but “we have to be careful with Chievo”.
The Derby della Lanterna between Sampdoria and Genoa will be refereed by Paolo Tagliavento as Week 37 officials are announced.
Antonio Conte is set to have an Italy training retreat on May 18-21, but a return to 3-5-2 could cut Lorenzo Insigne.
The changes to the final round of the Serie A season have been announced, as Juventus, Milan, Roma and Napoli play on Saturday.
With both Napoli and Roma winning, the race for second spot looks like going down to the wire as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 36
Giampiero Ventura saw Torino with “the desire to play football and enjoy ourselves” in the 5-1 victory at Udinese.
Gigi De Canio hopes “Udinese can learn from this” after a 5-1 home defeat to Torino. “I don’t know if this changes anything for the future.”
Torino humiliated Udinese at the Dacia Arena with a 5-1 thrashing and Andrea Belotti had a valid goal disallowed too.
Udinese want one final push to secure their Serie A status and host a Torino side who make big changes.
Gigi De Canio urged Udinese to make “the final push” against Torino tomorrow to secure Serie A safety.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura won’t discuss his future - “I won’t comment on pub talk”.