SAMPDORIA NEWS

Leonardo Spinazzola, Antonio Mirante, Pedro Rodriguez and Riccardo Calafiori are out of the Roma squad to face Sampdoria tomorrow.
Paulo Fonseca says he has already spoken to Tiago Pinto and defends Nicolò Zaniolo: ‘He is a great professional.’
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Roma attacker Pedro Rodriguez had to train separately today due to a muscle injury and is uncertain for the match against Sampdoria.
Adrien Silva revealed he spoke to Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes about moving to Sampdoria and admitted he feels ‘better and better’ in Liguria.
Atalanta returned to training today after the Christmas break, but although Papu Gomez is there, he is working separately from the squad.
Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella seems set to renew for a further year with the Blucerchiati, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Sampdoria full-back Tommaso Augello has officially renewed his contract with the Blucerchiati until June 2025.
Serie A clubs will be heavily affected by the directives from the Revenue Agency, who are shattering the plans of Italian teams counting on taking advantage of the Growth Decree.
Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri said Antonio Candreva wished him a Merry Christmas, as he highlighted there are 'no problems' at the Marassi.
Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora has confirmed that the government doesn’t prioritise to reopen stadiums in Italy.
Fernando Llorente could return to Juventus in January after a disappointing spell at Napoli, although there is also interest from Sampdoria.
Inter are the over-riding favourites for the Scudetto, according to a survey of Serie A coaches, with Milan and Juventus getting one vote each.
AIA President Marcello Nicchi praised the referees after an ‘unfortunate’ year and stressed ‘it’s irresponsible to criticise match officials just for the sake of it’.
Roma seem forced to cope without Leonardo Spinazzola and Antonio Mirante against Sampdoria on January 3.
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Milan dominated Serie A in 2020, collecting 79 points in 35 games, with Juventus fourth behind Inter and Atalanta. Check out the full table.
Sassuolo got back on track with a 3-2 thriller away to Sampdoria, including a flurry of three goals in three minutes.
Sassuolo welcomed back Francesco Caputo from the start and he found the net in a 3-2 thriller away to Sampdoria.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Verona-Inter, Milan-Lazio, Napoli-Torino, Bologna-Atalanta and Roma-Cagliari.