FIORENTINA NEWS

Milan are sweating on the fitness of Mati Fernandez, who went off injured on international duty.
Roberto Mancini has “no regrets” about returning to Inter, but warns “Juventus are on a different planet”.
Stevan Jovetic admits he’s “disappointed” to be left out of the Europa League squad but assures “I want to stay at Inter and play”.
Fiorentina released a strongly-worded statement denying Coach Paulo Sousa is ready to leave the club.
Besiktas are reportedly threatening to take Fiorentina to FIFA after being short-changed in Mario Gomez’s sale to Wolfsburg.
There are conflicting reports on Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa’s future as his house clearance is now being linked to a move to a new home – in Florence.
Paulo Sousa is reportedly close to leaving Fiorentina as he is said to have begun the process of returning to Portugal.
Milan will begin their search for a new sporting director next week, with four serious candidates.
Reports are growing that Manchester United will release Matteo Darmian in January, as Juventus and Inter are among those interested.
Giacomo Bonaventura appears likely to start in Israel, but there are still doubts for the left side of Italy’s midfield.
Marco Verratti, Leonardo Bonucci and Federico Bernardeschi are expected to step in for Italy against Israel tomorrow.
Vincenzo Montella is “satisfied” with Milan’s transfer campaign and revealed his system for motivating the players with bad reviews.
Chelsea new boy Marcos Alonso has written an open letter to Fiorentina fans, thanking them and the club for a “wonderful and unforgettable adventure”.
The agent of Milan Badelj has warned Fiorentina that the midfielder will not be extending his contract after they rejected “very important offers”.
Milan and Cagliari are at each other's necks over the alleged controversies in the transfer of Mati Fernandez.
Fiorentina have announced their squad list for the Europa League, leaving off Ianis Hagi, Hernan Toledo and Kevin Diks.
Fiorentina “did everything” to sign Stevan Jovetic from Inter, director general Pantaleo Corvino insists.
Fiorentina director general Pantaleo Corvino admits they “couldn’t turn down” Chelsea’s bid for Marcos Alonso.
Federico Bernardeschi is keen “not to disappoint” new Italy boss Giampiero Ventura but admits the old guard “are still the best”.
Fiorentina winger Federico Bernardeschi has confessed the need to add goals to his game but acknowledges he is not ”only an attacker“.