CAGLIARI NEWS

Real Betis are the latest club interested in Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli after Sassuolo, Atalanta, Cagliari, Parma and Frosinone.
Argentinos Juniors striker Nicolas Gonzalez is reportedly close to joining VfB Stuttgart after links with Cagliari in synergy with Inter.
Cagliari are on the verge of signing striker Alberto Cerri from Juventus, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Milan are seriously considering a Manuel Locatelli transfer to Sassuolo, but would like to retain a buy-back clause.
Genoa have officially signed former Italy goalkeeper Federico Marchetti from Lazio.
Lucas ‘El Pata’ Castro has completed his transfer from Chievo to Cagliari for €6.5m. “They really wanted me here.”
Serie B side Foggia have announced their new Coach, appointing Gianluca Grassadonia.
Cagliari are increasingly likely to secure Argentinos Juniors striker Nico Gonzalez for €10m, lining him up for Inter in future.
Lucas Castro is undergoing his Cagliari medical after negotiations with Chievo finally reached a breakthrough.
Cagliari have officially announced that Senna Miangue has joined Standard Liege on a two-year loan with an option to buy.
Cagliari have backed out of the race for Algeria international El Arbi Hillel Soudani, so he’ll go to Nottingham Forest.
Giampiero Ventura has won an award in recognition of his long service to Italian football, despite failing to take the Azzurri to the 2018 World Cup.
Argentinos Juniors deny Inter are close to Nicolas Gonzalez, insisting “a German club is leading the race” for the young striker.
Darijo Srna insists he “showed to the whole world that I’m not guilty” of doping, as he’s presented as a Cagliari player.
Lorenzo Tonelli is expected to leave Napoli this summer, with interest above all from Genoa and Cagliari.
Cagliari have announced the signing of former Croatia right-back Darijo Srna from Shakhtar Donetsk on a free transfer.
Argentinos Juniors striker Nicolas Gonzalez will reportedly join Cagliari for €10m with the promise he’ll move on to Inter in future.
Spal have officially confirmed they’ve completed permanent deals for four players, including Atalanta pair Jasmin Kurtic and Alberto Paloschi.
Shakhtar Donetsk right-back Darijo Srna has reportedly undergone the first part of his medical with Cagliari.
Serie A is increasingly northern-centric, with 15 out of 20 clubs for the 2018-19 season based above Rome, while Emilia-Romagna have four sides.