FIORENTINA NEWS

Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Milan-Verona, Napoli-Roma and Juventus-Fiorentina.
Antonio Conte said it would be “stupid for Italy to set ourselves targets” at Euro 2016 and challenged players to “change my mind.”
Fiorentina President Mario Cognini insists “we are just as strong as Juventus” ahead of tonight’s clash in Turin.
Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira, Patrice Evra, Simone Zaza and Martin Caceres are back for Juventus against Fiorentina.
Nikola Kalinic assured Fiorentina “believe in the Scudetto” and can get past friend and rival Mario Mandzukic’s Juventus.
Paulo Sousa warns Fiorentina need “the mind and the heart” to push them to victory against arch rivals Juventus.
Max Allegri won’t call Juventus-Fiorentina a Scudetto showdown, but “it is an important crossroads for the campaign.”
Giovanni Trapattoni believes Sunday’s Juventus-Fiorentina clash “is a game worth triple”.
Paulo Sousa would “like to face an English team” in the Europa League and prepares Fiorentina for the Juventus clash on Sunday.
Borja Valero celebrates Fiorentina’s Europa League qualification and looks ahead to Juventus, “the most important game of the year.”
Napoli, Fiorentina and Lazio go into the Europa League Round of 32 draw and risk some big clubs.
Khouma Babacar gave Fiorentina victory over Belenenses, sending them into the Europa League Round of 32.
Fiorentina look to Giuseppe Rossi to book their spot in the Europa League next round, so need a point with Belenenses.
Napoli try to put Serie A disappointment behind them with Legia Warsaw, Lazio visit St-Etienne and Fiorentina need a point with Belenenses to qualify.
World Cup final referee Nicola Rizzoli will take charge of Napoli-Roma this weekend, while Daniele Orsato gets Juventus-Fiorentina.
Fiorentina are reportedly pressing to close a deal for Benfica defender Lisandro Lopez in January.
Milan Badelj assures Fiorentina are fully focused on Belenenses, despite the trip to Juventus on Sunday.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa insists “a team with our quality must remain in Europe” ahead of the Belenenses match.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa says he aims ‘to have already won the Champions League’ in five years’ time.
Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa says being in Serie A is improving him as he ‘faces off against Coaches with great tactical qualities’.