PARMA NEWS

Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Inter-Cagliari, Roma-Lazio and Napoli-Juventus.
Udinese director of sport Pasquale Marino says Parma “dominated the first half” against the Zebrette, following their 2-0 loss.
Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa says goalkeeper Luigi Sepe is one of the best in the league following the 2-0 win against Udinese. “What I like about him is his maturity.”
Riccardo Gagliolo’s volley and a Dejan Kulusevski strike – with aid from Juan Musso’s error – allowed Parma to get the better of misfiring Udinese.
Check the official line-ups from the afternoon Serie A games, Parma-Udinese, Sampdoria-Sassuolo and Verona-Lecce.
Udinese boss Luca Gotti states it took him several days to “remove the bitterness,” of last week’s defeat to Milan.
Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa says he will have to keep striker Andrea Cornelius “in bubble wrap,” as he is the only forward available.
Roma are on the verge of signing Barcelona winger Carles Perez on loan with obligation to buy for €13m, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Parma director of sport Daniele Faggiano has ruled out a move for Napoli striker Fernando Llorente. “He costs too much.”
Antonio Nocerino has decided to retire as a player to become a coach and the 34-year-old after being without a club since his spell at Benevento.
Parma have confirmed that Roberto Inglese underwent a successful surgery in Finland and will start the rehabilitation in three weeks.
The referees for Serie A week 21 have been announced, and Gianpaolo Calvarese has been given the derby match between Roma and Lazio.
Matteo Politano has reportedly accepted a €25m Napoli move, with Fernando Llorente going to Inter on loan, therefore ending Olivier Giroud interest.
Inter and Napoli have agreed terms for Matteo Politano, while today the player also reportedly gave the all-clear to working out a contract.
Milan defender Matteo Gabbia has agreed to join Parma on loan until the end of the season, it’s reported.
Parma have reportedly asked after Napoli striker Fernando Llorente as well as Inter teenager Sebastiano Esposito to replace Roberto Inglese.
Parma are reportedly close to renewing Matteo Scozzarella’s contract at the Ennio Tardini and are expected to sign a deal latest on Thursday.
Sporting director Daniele Faggiano has admitted Parma are ready if Sebastiano Esposito becomes available, but claimed he “is not leaving” Inter this winter.
Inter and Parma are reportedly in ongoing talks about a possible move for youngster Sebastiano Esposito.
Paulo Fonseca said Roma wants to change the trend against Juventus in Turin but has admitted the players “can’t have recovered” from their win over Genoa.