TORINO NEWS

Torino midfielder Daniele Baselli admits he dreams of “playing at Stamford Bridge” against Davide Zappacosta’s Chelsea.
There will be a minute’s silence before every Serie A and B match this weekend for the victims of flash floods in Livorno.
With three sides maintaining perfect records, the battle at the top of the Serie A table is already heating up.
Cristian Ansaldi assures he is ready to beat off the “competition” and play a starring role for Torino.
The referees have been announced for Week 4 of Serie A, with Davide Massa taking charge of Juventus’ trip to Sassuolo.
Davide Zappacosta has “no doubt” that his home Chelsea debut was the best night of his career, describing it as “beautiful chaos”.
Salvatore Sirigu admits Torino “are aiming for the Europa League, while knowing it will be difficult”.
Former Sampdoria and Torino man Graeme Souness claims ex-Juventus star Paul Pogba “a bit of a YouTuber”, who should look to Marouane Fellaini.
Tomas Rincón says he’s felt a “particular spark” since joining Torino, and looks forward to the derby with Juventus.
Torino President Urbano Cairo felt Giampiero Ventura was “a bit too daring” against Spain but is backing Andrea Belotti to put “a difficult week” behind him.
Iago Falque believes Torino will have a good season “if we can do well at the back” after his last-gasp winner at Benevento.
Benevento Coach Marco Baroni concedes the last-gasp 1-0 home defeat to Torino “hurt more than the others.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits “Benevento absolutely did not deserve to lose, but last season Torino lost this sort of game.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Spal, Lazio-Milan, Verona-Fiorentina and Bologna-Napoli.
Torino rode their luck on several occasions and thanked Salvatore Sirigu, but stunned Benevento in stoppages with Iago Falque.
Benevento are considering a change of Coach if Marco Baroni doesn’t turn things around against Torino and Napoli, claim Sportitalia.
Alberto Zaccheroni sees Juventus and Napoli fighting for the Scudetto, moody Inter and Roma, Milan and Torino eyeing the top four.
Inter host Spal in the early kick-off, then Milan visit Lazio, Fiorentina take on Verona and this evening Napoli are in Bologna.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes Torino is “the right environment” for M’Baye Niang and Adem Ljajic to become great players, starting with Benevento.
Torino are wasting no time introducing their new signings against Benevento, including M’Baye Niang, Umar Sadiq and Cristian Ansaldi.