SASSUOLO NEWS

Juventus have, according to La Repubblica, decided to sell Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot this summer.
Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi said he ‘would like to coach abroad’, as his future at the Neroverdi is uncertain. 'Many things must fit together to continue'.
Maxime Lopez has played at least 30 minutes in 20 Serie A games for Sassuolo, triggering an obligation to buy from Olympique Marseille.
Filippo Inzaghi believes 'everything is in Benevento’s hands', with the Streghe needing seven or eight points to gain Serie A survival.
Roberto De Zerbi says Sassuolo may improve when he leaves and insists his side can’t be satisfied with a 1-0 win.
A Federico Barba own goal gave Sassuolo a 1-0 win away at Benevento, but Andrea Consigli was also decisive with two saves on stoppages.
Sassuolo are 1-0 up away at Benevento, thanks to an own goal by Federico Barba.
Benevento look to Adolfo Gaich and Marco Sau while Manuel Locatelli and Gian Marco Ferrari return to Sassuolo’s starting XI.
The CIES Football Observatory revealed Hellas Verona are the Serie A team with most minutes played by under-21s and Milan have the fourth lowest average age in the top five Leagues.
Roberto De Zerbi announces Manuel Locatelli and Gian Marco Ferrari are available against Benevento and reveals why he appreciates Pep Guardiola and Marcelo Bielsa.
Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi said his ‘250 games as a coach at 41 are a source of pride’, but stressed he always thinks about ‘the next step’.
Maxime Lopez confirms he will complete a permanent move to Sassuolo: ‘I will stay here for four more seasons.’
Antonio Conte hit back at those who accuse him of using catenaccio tactics at Inter, pointing out this is a ‘4-2-4’ system.
The AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 30, with Fabio Maresca in charge of Parma-Milan and Luca Pairetto overseeing Inter-Cagliari.
The Disciplinary Commission has given one-match bans to Inter midfielder Nicolò Barella and Sassuolo’s Hamed Traore after the recovered games.
Matteo Darmian said Inter ‘can’t celebrate’ until the Scudetto has been secured mathematically. ‘We have an important advantage, but…’
The Italian sports pages hail Inter forward Romelu Lukaku for his goal and assist in the 2-1 win over Sassuolo. ‘A builder of dreams, as well as goals’.
The Italian sports pages are pointing at three controversial penalty decisions during Inter-Sassuolo and Juventus-Napoli.
Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez put on a masterclass of clinical counter-attacking football, as Inter got past Sassuolo for a 10th consecutive victory.
Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi was frustrated to leave San Siro empty-handed with 70 per cent possession against Inter, as well as penalty controversy.