LECCE NEWS

Deputy Health Minister Pierpaolo Sileri believes Serie A could allow ‘up to a third of the stadium capacity’ back into the stands.
Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora has revealed stadiums in Serie A will gradually reopen from October 8.
The Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora has confirmed the reopening of sporting events to the public in Italy, with a maximum of 1000 spectators.
AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 1, with Marco Piccinini overseeing Juventus-Sampdoria and Federico La Penna the match official for Milan-Bologna.
Udinese midfielder Antonin Barak passed his medical with Hellas Verona, completing the move on loan with obligation to buy.
The FIGC President Gabriele Gravina has proposed a new format for Serie A, with ‘three phases and a Final Eight for the Scudetto’.
The FIGC presents their proposal to the governments for the reopening of stadiums in Italy, including transparent masks and social distancing of at least 2.25 metres.
Lecce have officially announced the signing of Scottish midfielder Liam Henderson from Hellas Verona.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, who has tested positive for COVID-19, insists he ‘had no symptoms’ prior to the Lega Serie A Assembly.
Crotone have officially signed Andrea Rispoli from Lecce and ex-Cagliari midfielder Luca Cigarini.
Chief of the European Club Association Andrea Agnelli presented an alarming estimate of ‘a collapse in revenues of €4bn in the next two years’ due to coronavirus.
New Parma coach Fabio Liverani admits the team will have to adjust to his tactics and losing their two top scorers from last season.
Newly-promoted Crotone are very active on the market, close to Crvena Zvezda midfielder Milos Vulic, Andrea Rispoli, Luca Cigarini and Emmanuel Riviere.
Gianluca Lapadula has officially completed his transfer from Genoa to newly-promoted Benevento for a reported €4m fee.
Circle your calendar, as we identify the biggest fixtures in the Serie A 2020-21 schedule, including all the derbies and Scudetto showdowns.
Serie A have confirmed 2020-21 starts on September 19 and 20, and the calendar will be announced on Wednesday September 2.
Benevento are revamping their attack, as after Gianluca Lapadula, they have also reportedly done a deal for Sampdoria’s Gianluca Caprari.
Gianluca Lapadula will sign for Serie A new boys Benevento next week, claim multiple sources, in a deal worth €4m from Genoa.
Parma have officially appointed Fabio Liverani as their new coach, with a two-year contract.
Inter lead the line as a number of clubs reportedly consider asking Serie A to postpone the 2020-21 season by one week.