FIORENTINA NEWS

Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella hopes Roma win in the Champions League tonight - so the Viola don’t have to play Manchester City.
Fiorentina winger Joaquin admits that a return to Real Betis is ‘what I want most in the world’.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Norberto Neto is reportedly still asking for a higher salary than his team are offering.
Fiorentina have lost striker Khouma Babacar to a muscular injury for at least one game, possibly more.
Daniele De Rossi, Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and Giorgio Chiellini are among those suspended in Serie A this weekend.
After another exciting, extended Serie A weekend where the top three all dropped points Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 14.
Former Fiorentina director Mario Sconcerti says La Viola are ‘too far behind’ to achieve Champions League qualification.
Fiorentina striker Mario Gomez has defended his goalscoring record for the Viola and says he’ll be back to his best soon.
Fiorentina have reportedly offered €1.5m-a-year to Norberto Neto, but there remain offers from Liverpool and Roma.
Gigi Buffon urged Juventus to “be more daring” in the Champions League showdown with Atletico Madrid.
A protest by Torino fans and the Juventus chance to sign Stefan Savic is pushing Sebastian Giovinco towards Fiorentina.
New Juventus starlet Kingsley Coman warned Atletico Madrid that they’ll “attack, win and top the Champions League group.”
Roma, Fiorentina and Inter are reportedly tracking Ianis Hagi, the son of Romania legend Gheorghe Hagi.
Director Daniele Pradè denied a Roma offer for Norberto Neto and warned in January “Fiorentina will only sell.”
Gigi Buffon called Max Allegri an “extremely intelligent Coach” and trusts Juventus can reach the last eight in the Champions League.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle admits both they and Juventus could’ve had penalties in their 0-0 draw.
Vincenzo Montella thanked reporters for giving away Juventus secrets ahead of Fiorentina’s 0-0 draw. “You can’t hide anything!”
Massimiliano Allegri explained his change of tactics as Juventus were held 0-0 by Fiorentina.
Leonardo Bonucci confessed the 0-0 at Fiorentina was “a step backwards” for Juventus, but they will go for victory against Atletico Madrid.
There were ultimately more cards than clear scoring opportunities as Juventus were held to a tense 0-0 draw by rivals Fiorentina.