FROSINONE NEWS

Frosinone have officially signed Francesco Cassata on loan from Sassuolo.
Frosinone have officially signed Costa Rica winger Joel Campbell from Arsenal on a permanent basis.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits the next week will be “hugely important” for Atalanta, with crunch Europa League and Serie A ties.
Frosinone are close to signing Marco Capuano from Cagliari and Tanque Sisley striker Joaquin Ardaiz.
Frosinone have split up the Ciofani brothers, selling defender Matteo to Pescara.
After Parma and Frosinone talks, now Udinese are close to signing Genoa centre-forward Gianluca Lapadula.
Francesco Zampano has officially joined Frosinone, on loan with obligation to buy from Pescara set at €2m.
It’s reported that the first weekend of Serie A could be postponed, in light of the tragic bridge collapse in Genoa.
The referees for Week One of Serie A have been announced, with Luca Banti to officiate Lazio-Napoli.
Ahead of the 2018-19 kick-off, Football Italia rates all of the kits that will be on show in this season’s Serie A.
Arsenal forward Joel Campbell is taking his Frosinone medical this morning, telling reporters “I’m very happy to be here”.
Frosinone have officially signed Dutch midfielder Rai Vloet on a permanent transfer from FC Chiasso.
Serie A new boys Frosinone have agreed a deal to sign Arsenal winger Joel Campbell.
Frosinone have signed 23-year-old Dutch creative midfielder Rai Vloet on loan from FC Chiasso.
Arsenal and Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell is reportedly flying in and will have a Frosinone medical tomorrow morning.
Frosinone are close to securing Joel Campbell from Arsenal and also Udinese midfielder Andrija Balic.
The FIGC has announced there will be a minute’s silence ahead of all sporting events this weekend after the bridge collapse in Genoa.
Frosinone are believed to be close to a deal for Arsenal forward Joel Campbell, following overnight talks.
Andrea Belotti got two of the four goals, as Torino made short work of Cosenza to set up a Coppa Italia clash with surprising Sudtirol.
There were several upsets in the Coppa Italia, as Parma, Empoli, Frosinone and Hellas Verona crashed out, but Sassuolo ran riot.