BOLOGNA NEWS

Serie A newcomers Spal have reportedly secured a deal for Bologna defender Marios Oikonomou.
Alessio Cerci will terminate his contract with Atletico Madrid by mutual consent, allowing the free agent to talk to Las Palmas, Bologna, Lazio and Olympiacos.
Newly-promoted Spal have deals for Udinese defender Dias Felipe and Hellas Verona midfielder Federico Viviani.
Milan are set to release Andrea Poli on a free transfer to Bologna, where he’ll sign a four-year contract, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Bologna have officially confirmed the signing of French centre-back Sebastien De Maio.
Bologna are reportedly “dreaming” of a surprise swoop for ex-Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
Mario Rui will meet Roma to request a transfer to Napoli, where he’ll reunite with Maurizio Sarri, but Bologna’s Adam Masina is another option.
Bologna have officially announced the signing of Giancarlo Gonzalez from Palermo.
Palermo defender Giancarlo Gonzalez has arrived to undergo his medical ahead of a transfer to Bologna.
Bologna have sealed a deal to sign defender Sebastien De Maio from Anderlecht for approximately €2m.
Watford are prepared to pay €5m for Bologna creative midfielder Saphir Taider, claim Italian reports.
Bologna have met Juventus to discuss taking Italy Under-20 starlet Riccardo Orsolini on loan next season.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni is reportedly set to extend his contract by a further year.
Crotone are eager to keep midfielder Lorenzo Crisetig on a permanent basis after his loan spell from Bologna.
Bologna have officially announced that Simone Verdi has extended his contract until 2021.
The Lega Serie A has officially confirmed next season’s schedule, with no Christmas break.
Lazio wing-back Senad Lulic is “in good condition” after he underwent surgery for a fractured cheekbone while on international duty.
Andrea Poli could be heading to the Montreal Impact via Bologna, as the Milan midfielder is in advanced talks with owner Joey Saputo.
Week 23 saw Napoli turn on the style to crush Bologna at the Dall’Ara, with two hat-tricks and two red cards.
Join the team of Football Italia writers to take a look back at the 2016-17 season, as Juventus made history, Roma and Napoli broke records and Crotone completed the great escape.