Serie B side Trapani, Serie C outfits Siena and Catania have been deferred to the Disciplinary Commission and could be docked points for not paying wages on time.
Atalanta captain Alejandro Gomez claims Diego Simeone wanted to bring him to Atletico Madrid after their time together at Catania.
Serie C side Catania are on the verge of bankruptcy with a court date set for May 25 and debts amounting to over €15m.
Giorgio Chiellini admits to using some dark arts in defending, but he’d never hurt an opponent intentionally, while the Juventus star points to a future role behind the scenes.
Crotone forward Maxi Lopez reveals Catania chief Pietro Lo Monaco wanted to ‘puncture the tyres’ of his Ferrari and admits he ‘never had time to belong’ anywhere, having played for 13 different clubs in 19 years.
Vincenzo Montella looks back over his coaching career, including the “dream” at Milan, missing Papu Gomez and why he was “honouring objectives” at Fiorentina.
Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has revealed that he takes comfort from his previous experiences and has reassured that “everything will be beautiful” after the current lockdown.
Valeri Bojinov flew in for his medical with Serie B side Pescara and confessed he “really wanted to come back to Italy.”
Gonzalo Escalante allegedly arrived in Rome yesterday to sign a contract with Lazio and will arrive at the Olimpico this summer.
Serie C side Catania are on the verge of bankruptcy after telling their top 10 stars to find another club over the Christmas holidays.
Catania CEO Pietro Lo Monaco said he was “hurt inside” at being attacked by masked Ultras, but “won’t press charges,” as he hopes it can help "real fans" turn on thugs.
Serie C side Catania have abandoned a Coppa Italia match against Potenza after their CEO Pietro Lo Monaco was physically attacked by ultras.
Cagliari scraped a late 1-1 draw with Serie C side Catania in this evening’s friendly thanks to Joao Pedro.
Bologna Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic jokingly claimed he would for once like to succeed Vincenzo Montella. “I generally leave him with half his work already done!”
Manuel Locatelli’s late winner sent Sassuolo through to the Last 16 of the Coppa Italia, where they’ll face Napoli.
Another twist in the seemingly endless Serie B saga, as an appeal has been accepted to suspend the order of a return to 22 teams.
The FIGC has confirmed that Serie B will go ahead with 19 teams after throwing out five appeals.
An FIGC tribunal has delayed a decision on the Serie B appeals, so the games will go ahead this weekend with 19 teams.
An appeal from five clubs has been sent to the Italian Government in a bid to resolve the chaos around Serie B, but Virtus Entella wouldn’t sign it.
The legal battle over whether Serie B has 19 or 22 teams this season is back on after Pro Vercelli won an appeal to suspend the ruling.