FIORENTINA NEWS

Mauro Zarate admits “it’ll be a good old battle for third place this season” as Fiorentina host his old club Inter.
Alex Telles warned Inter’s trip to Fiorentina tonight “can change the entire course of the campaign.”
Fiorentina and Inter go head-to-head for third place, as Roma and Milan have burst into the race too.
Join us for all the action from today’s Serie A games, including Milan-Genoa and the fight for third Fiorentina-Inter.
Andrea Della Valle reportedly blames Inter for making up a story about Fiorentina being sold to Chinese investors.
There’s a new leader, but plenty more at stake today, as Milan host Genoa and Fiorentina v Inter is a head-to-head for third place.
Inter named their squad for tomorrow night’s huge trip to Fiorentina, but Felipe Melo is suspended.
Paulo Sousa assured there is “no problem” with Fiorentina patrons and expects “a high quality match” with Inter.
Roberto Mancini said Inter’s trip to Fiorentina “won’t be a decisive match, but it is a decisive stage of the season.”
Inter President Erick Thohir insists “my rapport with Roberto Mancini has not changed.”
Riccardo Saponara admits he has to consider his next career step very carefully. “It’ll be my last chance and I need the right project.”
Fiorentina defender Gonzalo Rodriguez says “I don’t think Inter are in crisis” ahead of their game on Sunday.
Yuto Nagatomo reveals he “turned down an offer from Manchester United” and believes Inter can finish third.
Daniele Orsato has officially been named as the referee for Juventus-Napoli after Nicola Rizzoli was injured.
Mauro Icardi is a doubt for Inter’s trip to Fiorentina, as he pulled out of training with an upset stomach.
Panagiotis Kone believes he has a “great opportunity” with Fiorentina, and is ready to face Inter.
Alex Telles admits Inter’s trip to Fiorentina is “a decisive match” in the race for Champions League football.
Claudio Ranieri would ‘rather watch Leicester than Juve-Napoli’, but doesn’t believe the Turin clash will be decisive.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa has reportedly made peace with the club after a meeting with President Mario Cognigni.
River Plate President Rodolfo D’Onofrio confirmed Leonel Vangioni to Milan, while Napoli and the Rossoneri like Emanuel Mammana.