TORINO NEWS

Join us for all the build-up and action in today’s eight Serie A games, including Crotone-Napoli, Atalanta-Inter, Torino-Lazio and Roma-Palermo.
Simone Inzaghi regrets Lazio only having taken two points from their last two fixtures against Bologna and Torino.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says it was important for the Granata to avoid defeat against Lazio.
Napoli got back on track in Crotone despite Manolo Gabbiadini’s red card, Torino and Lazio drew 2-2, while Fiorentina won an eight-goal thriller in Cagliari.
Simone Inzaghi warned Lazio are decimated by injuries and bans, but “we still want to play for the win” at Torino tomorrow.
Sinisa Mihajlovic calls for a “cauldron” atmosphere against Lazio and lays out Torino targets: “Top three finish in two or three years.”
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura is “stunned” by the criticism of his side and warned “we’re only at the beginning of a generational shift.”
Edin Dzeko named Torino goalkeeper Joe Hart and Roma teammate Francesco Totti in his Dream Team. “Totti one of the best five players in the world ever.”
Andrea Belotti has agreed to sign a new contract with Torino, including a release clause worth over €60m, claim Tuttosport.
All eyes on San Siro this evening as second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus, but before then it’s the Genoa Derby, while tomorrow Napoli are in Crotone, Atalanta-Inter and Roma-Palermo.
Torino midfielder Joel Obi says his side “felt like we’d bought a Rolls-Royce” in Joe Hart as the goalkeeper made “confidence go through the roof”.
Palermo Coach Roberto De Zerbi feels the 4-1 defeat to Torino was harsh, and believes Adem Ljajic made the difference.
Sinisa Mihajlovic heaped praise on his Torino side after the 4-1 win over Palermo - “playing like this we can beat anyone”.
Adem Ljajic says Torino “see every game like a final” after his brace secured a 4-1 win over Palermo.
Torino thrashed Palermo in a crazy game at the Barbera, with five goals and a floodlight failure.
Torino stick with a front-three at Palermo, with Ilija Nestorovski and Alessandro Diamanti leading the line for the home side.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has once again expressed a desire to sell the club.
Sinisa Mihajlovic demands a third consecutive Torino victory as they visit Palermo and is pleased by Joe Hart and Andrea Belotti heroics.
Torino revitalised goalkeeper Joe Hart and now the Premier League wants him back, specifically Everton and Sunderland.
Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino believes Joe Hart “is worth an extra 10 points” to Torino this season.