TORINO NEWS

Join us for all the build-up and action to today’s three Serie A games, Bologna-Torino, Carpi-Genoa and Inter v Napoli.
Bologna are giant-killers, but can they raise their game to stop Torino enjoying a third consecutive victory?
Roberto Donadoni left the door open ahead of Bologna’s match with Torino. “The next six rounds to evaluate our future.”
Giampero Ventura says eighth place is possible for Torino ahead of playing Bologna: 'But we must learn from our mistakes'.
West Ham United will reportedly challenge Napoli for the signing of Torino defender Nikola Maksimovic.
Lazio will offer Sevilla €11m for Ciro Immobile if Torino decide against signing him permanently, say reports.
Mauro Icardi explains his technique as Inter captain: “I don’t need to be nasty, I lead calmly and by example”.
Reports say Napoli are tracking 16 players for summer moves, but Juventus’ Martin Caceres and Ajax’s Davy Klaassen are the priorities.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura says Juventus’ Gianluigi Buffon “is the best goalkeeper in the world”.
Torino have won approval from the city council to rename their stadium as Stadio Grande Torino.
As Juventus and Napoli continue to put space between themselves and the chasing pack Dave Taylor selects his best XI.
The mayor of Turin is “absolutely in favour” of renaming Stadio Olimpico as “Stadio Grande Torino”.
Torino President Urbano Cairo says ‘I want Giampiero Ventura to stay’ after links with Italy and Lazio.
Torino and their business partners will hold a Press conference tomorrow to present the new Stadio Filadelfia.
Maxi Lopez says 'a real player needs fire in his blood' as he celebrates Torino's 2-1 over Atalanta.
Edy Reja rues Atalanta errors as they “gifted two goals to Torino” and criticises the referee.
Giampiero Ventura is glad Torino “waited” for Maxi Lopez and concedes they should always target Europe.
Napoli showed they don’t miss Gonzalo Higuain by crushing 10-man Verona 3-0, while Torino beat Atalanta and Sampdoria sank Udinese.
Join us for all the action from today’s Serie A games, including Empoli-Fiorentina, Napoli-Verona and Simone Inzaghi’s debut Palermo-Lazio.
Giampiero Ventura wants Torino to “get back to enjoying our football,” starting from today against Atalanta.