TORINO NEWS

There are six clubs fighting for two remaining Europa League spots in a four-point radius, so it’ll go down to the wire.
It’s reported Ciro Immobile and Juventus have already given the all-clear for a summer move to Borussia Dortmund.
A delegation from Borussia Dortmund is said to have arrived in Turin to open talks regarding the signing of Ciro Immobile.
Parma C.E.O. Pietro Leonardi believes his side can beat Torino on Sunday, saying the Granata are not Bayern Munich or Real Madrid.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi is becoming irritated by the wait for his side to play Torino this weekend.
Former Parma striker Hernan Crespo has paid tribute to the Gialloblu’s season and thanked the club for making fans dream.
Adriano Galliani has refused to comment on whether Milan will sign Adel Taarabt on a permanent deal this summer.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.
Eugenio Corini cursed the own goal, but Giampiero Ventura is getting more ambitious.
Torino plunged Chievo into crisis and maintained their Euro status with Parma, while Udinese thrashed Livorno 5-3.
Torino are wearing special jerseys today to mark the anniversary of the Superga tragedy, which killed the Grande Torino team.
Ezequiel Schelotto is focusing purely on this weekend’s game against Sampdoria, not a place in next season’s Europa League.
A Benfica delegation have today paid tribute to those who lost their lives at the Superga air disaster.
Danilo D’Ambrosio has recalled his motivations for moving to Inter and is anticipating a different derby with Milan, compared to the Turin derby.
Torino have organised a private plane to ensure their players can attend a special service for the Superga tragedy.
With a several records being broken this Week 35, Dave Taylor looks back on four days of exciting football and picks his best XI.
Torino are unhappy with the refusal of the Lega Serie A to move their game with Chievo on May 4, as it coincides with the Superga anniversary.
Torino President Urbano Cairo says both members of the club’s strike duo, Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile, deserve to go to the World Cup.
Ciro Immobile has admitted that he feels good at Torino, and hopes to play his way into Italy’s World Cup squad.
Borussia Dortmund are willing to spend €20m to sign Ciro Immobile, but Torino are keen on keeping their goalscoring starlet.