BOLOGNA NEWS

Today is the 45th birthday of former Juventus, Milan and Italy striker - and current Bologna Coach - Filippo Inzaghi.
Bologna forward Bruno Petković has officially re-joined former club Dinamo Zagreb, signing a five-year contract.
The Lega Serie A has confirmed that Chievo-Juventus will be the season’s curtain raiser, and it could be Cristiano Ronaldo’s debut.
Bologna Coach Pippo Inzaghi is excited by the prospect of pitting his wits against his brother, Lazio boss Simone, on Boxing Day.
The 2018-19 Serie A fixtures have been announced, with Juventus-Napoli in Week 7 and Inter-Milan in Week 9.
The Serie A fixtures will be drawn up today, with a strict set of criteria governing how the games will fall.
Simone Verdi reveals Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni told him he was “stupid not to go” to Napoli in January.
Simone Verdi discusses his ‘authoritative but humble’ Coach Carlo Ancelotti and what it means to be Napoli’s number nine.
Riccardo Montolivo could be released by Milan, but it’s claimed he wasn’t informed until the last minute that he wouldn’t be going to the U.S.A.
Bologna have officially signed full-back Federico Mattiello from Atalanta on loan with a compulsory purchase option.
Bologna are reportedly set to complete the signing of Atalanta full-back Federico Mattiello.
Italy will host Poland in Bologna on September 7 and Portugal at San Siro on November 17 in the UEFA Nations League.
It is reported that Bologna are targeting the signing of former Juventus player Gabriel from Spanish club Leganes.
Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea staff will include Gianfranco Zola and Luca Gotti, according to Italian reports.
Bologna have officially signed Malmö teenager Mattias Svanberg and tied Godfred Donsah to a new contract.
Frosinone are busy on the market after their promotion, close to Federico Barba, Lorenzo Crisetig, Marco Sportiello, Rai Vloet and Jacopo Sala.
Federico Di Francesco has officially joined Sassuolo, with Diego Falcinelli going the other way to Bologna.
Watford have officially signed left-back Adam Masina from Bologna for a reported €5m.
Lukasz Skorupski is a very talented goalkeeper, “worthy of Inter, Roma or Napoli, but he is also very arrogant,” said Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi.
Cagliari are increasingly likely to secure Argentinos Juniors striker Nico Gonzalez for €10m, lining him up for Inter in future.