VERONA NEWS

Italian giants Inter are the latest club to be showing an interest in Verona revelation Jorginho.
Verona’s Brazilian-born Jorginho has underlined his desire to represent the Italian international side.
Serie A surprise package Verona have extended the contract of Brazilian goalkeeper Rafael.
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini accepts that the club is likely to sell his best players at the end of the season.
Two Premiership clubs reportedly sent scouts to watch Verona midfielder Jorginho on Sunday afternoon.
Andrea Mandorlini saw Verona helped from Heaven, while Roberto Donadoni was perplexed by the referee.
Sassuolo earned an historic first Serie A victory, Verona beat Parma in a five-goal thriller, Sampdoria snatched a win at the death in Livorno.
Hellas Verona have an extra reason to do well against Parma today, explained Coach Andrea Mandorlini.
Parma visit Verona today and Roberto Donadoni warns Hellas “aren’t in fifth place because of a fluke.”
Hellas Verona will wear a black armband, special shirts and hold a minute’s silence for Vice-President Giovanni Martinelli.
Parma’s Mattia Cassani is looking forward to facing his Verona past when the two sides meet in Serie A this weekend.
Veteran Verona striker Luca Toni is thinking about a possible international recall for the 2014 World Cup.
Hellas Verona are mourning the death of Vice-President Giovanni Martinelli after a long illness.
Reports in the Italian Press claim that Jorginho and his representatives have been in London to speak with Arsenal.
Juan Manuel Iturbe is linked with Barcelona, Inter, Napoli, Juventus and more, but his agent feels it is “disrespectful” towards Verona.
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has told fans and players to ‘enjoy’ their recent success.
It’s reported Napoli could swoop for Hellas Verona revelation Juan Manuel Iturbe, who is on loan from Porto.
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has claimed that ‘old man’ Luca Toni can fight for a place in Italy’s World Cup squad.
Verona ace Jorginho is keeping his feet on the ground despite the club’s sensational start to the season. “Survival is still the target.”
Stefano Pioli can't understand Bologna's crisis, while Andrea Mandorlini hails Juan Iturbe.