BOLOGNA NEWS

Beppe Signori celebrates his 50th birthday today and looks back over his career. “If it had been plain sailing, it wouldn’t have been fun.”
Roberto Donadoni asked Bologna to “pour more belief and determination” into their performance against Sassuolo.
Luciano Spalletti insists there is no “depression” at Inter, even with injury woes against Genoa, and urged fans to “support our players, not those who might arrive.”
Inter are reported to be targeting a summer transfer swoop for Bologna’s Simone Verdi.
It is reported that Bologna’s Ibrahima Mbaye has agreed a deal to remain with the club until 2023.
It is reported that Newcastle United, Waford and Deportivo la Coruña are all interested in signing Mattia Destro.
It appears Bologna are set to secure the signing of Ajax’s Mitchell Dijks on a free transfer.
Daniele Orsato has been named as the referee for Sunday’s Derby della Mole between Torino and Juventus.
Simone Verdi insists “I didn’t say no to Napoli, I said yes to Bologna” because “I’ve found my home for the first time here”.
Mattia Destro’s agent hits back at Bologna's Roberto Donadoni “the Coach cannot attack his professionalism”.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri has avoided a touchline ban after being sent to the stands against Lazio.
Inter got a first win in two months against Bologna, but the game exposed just how much they miss Mauro Icardi.
Inter defender Miranda will have scans today, having suffered a thigh injury against Bologna yesterday.
Yann Karamoh relished “the most important goal of my career” after Inter beat Bologna 2-1 at San Siro with his stunning solo strike.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni criticised the referee after penalty appeals and two red cards in the defeat to Inter. “Yet we almost equalised.”
Luciano Spalletti felt “expectations were unduly raised” by Inter’s strong start to the season and had advice for Yann Karamoh and Marcelo Brozovic.
Eder insists Inter are “united” after ending their two-month drought to beat nine-man Bologna 2-1. “We’re on track.”
Inter and Andrea Belotti ended droughts, as Torino beat Udinese amid VAR controversy, while Sampdoria saw off Verona and Genoa intensified the Chievo crisis.
Inter ended their two-month drought with a very tough win over nine-man Bologna, thanks to 19-year-old Yann Karamoh’s stunner.
Inter director Piero Ausilio discussed Lautaro Martinez, Mauro Icardi’s contract and the race for a Champions League spot.