PALERMO NEWS

Empoli destroyed Parma 4-0 to consolidate their leadership and Palermo were toppled in stoppages, but Cittadella, Bari and Venezia climb.
Alessandro Diamanti will resume his playing career with Serie B side Perugia after agreeing personal terms.
Serie B club Palermo were fined €10,000 after one of their supporters hit the referee with an ice cream cone.
Empoli earned a crushing 4-0 victory over Serie B leaders Palermo, leaping to the top spot awaiting Frosinone.
Former Milan, Atalanta and Palermo midfielder Massimo Donati has retired from football, joining the coaching setup at Hamilton Academical.
Javier Pastore has turned down offers from Liverpool, Sevilla, Valencia and Atletico Madrid because the PSG man reportedly only wants Inter.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reveals they “closed the deal for Paulo Dybala while Milan and Inter were hesitating.”
Alessandro Diamanti insists he can play “in Serie A”, so he’ll only evaluate offers from abroad “later”.
Former Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Napoli offered “Jorginho plus a lot of money” for Paulo Dybala, but Juventus got there first.
Lorenzo Callegari’s agent has denied a loan move to Palermo is imminent, but nor is there an extension of his Paris Saint-Germain contract.
Paris Saint-Germain are expected to loan midfielder Lorenzo Callegari to Serie B leaders Palermo.
SPAL have officially signed Poland international defender Thiago Cionek from Palermo.
SPAL could sign defender Thiago Cionek from Serie B leaders Palermo within the next 24 hours.
Today is the 40th birthday of Milan Coach Rino Gattuso, a World Cup winner with Italy in 2006.
Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta wants Paulo Dybala to be a figurehead at the club for years to come.
Palermo crushed Salernitana to be crowned Winter Champions of Serie B, as Empoli conquered Perugia, Pescara saw off Venezia and Cittadella stunned Pro Vercelli.
Walter Zenga has suggested that he will not abandon Crotone after his Catania ’mistake‘. “Whenever I follow money, I always mess up.”
Maurizio Zamparini assures Palermo won’t go bankrupt - “everyone can think what they want, but I’ve never stolen a Euro”.
Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini claims Juventus forward Paulo Dybala “still doesn’t know that happiness doesn’t lie in money” and has lost his enthusiasm.
Palermo are the new Serie B leaders after a 3-0 demolition job on promotion-chasing Bari at the Stadio San Nicola.