TORINO NEWS

Milan defender Gabriel Paletta is close to a Lazio transfer for €2m, as the player just needs to work out personal terms.
Italy named their squad to face Spain and Israel in next week’s World Cup qualifiers, including Lorenzo Pellegrini and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Torino won’t sell Andrea Belotti or Afriyie Acquah, but wants their first win against Sassuolo.
Italy will name their squad to face Spain and Israel, which is expected to include Federico Di Francesco, Lorenzo Pellegrini and Manolo Gabbiadini.
Torino are prepared to raise their offer for striker M’Baye Niang closer to the €18m Milan asking price, claim La Stampa.
Torino President Urbano Cairo says there’s been “no contact” with Monaco for Andrea Belotti, but there could be a new signing.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone won’t rule out another signing, but insists “there has been no contact with Barcelona for Rafinha.”
M’Baye Niang reportedly only wants Torino, having presented a medical certificate to get out of Milan training.
M’Baye Niang hit back at Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and insisted: “I just want to choose where I go, not anyone else.”
Vincenzo Montella admitted he is “really disappointed” in M’Baye Niang for ruling himself out of Milan training due to ‘stress.’
Monaco will reportedly offer around €80m plus Rony Lopes for Torino striker Andrea Belotti but could face competition from Chelsea.
M’Baye Niang has reportedly turned down an improved Spartak Moscow offer and handed in a medical certificate due to “stress.”
Empoli creative midfielder Omar El Kaddouri has landed in Greece for his transfer to PAOK Salonika.
Torino are stalling Afriyie Acquah’s transfer to Birmingham City and might not let the Ghana international leave at all.
Nicola Rizzoli says Video Assistant Referees brought “great calm” this weekend, but admits “some mistakes were made”.
Kylian Mbappé and Fabinho are believed to be close to Paris Saint-Germain, so Monaco could go for Torino’s Andrea Belotti.
Video Assistant Referees were used for the first time in Serie A this weekend, but perhaps unsurprisingly it hasn’t stopped controversies.
Sinisa Mihajlovic felt the referee did not follow protocol when incorrectly disallowing Torino’s late winner at Bologna.
Adem Ljajic wiped out a splendid Federico Di Francesco opener, but Torino had a late goal controversially disallowed in Bologna.
Join us for all the build-up and action from this evening’s eight Serie A games, including Atalanta-Roma, Crotone-Milan, Lazio-Spal and the massive Inter-Fiorentina.