SASSUOLO NEWS

Deputy Health Minister Pierpaolo Sileri believes Serie A could allow ‘up to a third of the stadium capacity’ back into the stands.
Andrea Ranocchia’s representatives are in Milan to discuss the defender’s future, as Genoa, Parma and Sassuolo are being linked with the Inter defender.
Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora has revealed stadiums in Serie A will gradually reopen from October 8.
Roma risk losing their opening Serie A game with Verona 3-0 after reports they irregularly fielded Amadou Diawara.
Giovanni Simeone felt Cagliari ‘did well’ to claim a point against Sassuolo and said the Casteddu are ‘working hard to take important steps’ under Eusebio Di Francesco.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens when Serie A Week 1 continues with, Parma-Napoli, Genoa-Crotone, Sassuolo-Cagliari and Juventus-Sampdoria.
A splendid Medhi Bourabia free kick allowed Sassuolo to take a point in their season opener after Giovanni Simeone nodded in for Cagliari.
Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi admitted it was difficult to prepare for the first match in Serie A and felt the Neroverdi ‘didn’t take advantage of the opportunities’ in the 1-1 draw with Cagliari.
Eusebio Di Francesco concedes Cagliari’s 1-1 draw away to Sassuolo was ‘the right result’ and is eager for Radja Nainggolan to return from Inter.
Sassuolo largely dominated this match, yet needed a Medhi Bourabia free kick to scrape a point after Giovanni Simeone’s Cagliari header.
Cagliari director Pierluigi Carta confirms Diego Godin should move from Inter next week, while they are also pursuing Gyrano Kerk of Utrecht.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali confirms Marlon is in negotiations for a move to Fulham, but Torino’s offer for Gian Marco Ferrari is rejected.
Sassuolo benched defender Marlon against Cagliari today, reportedly because he is in talks for a €15m move to Fulham.
The Italian Government has agreed to open up Serie A games to a maximum of 1,000 spectators until another review on October 7.
After Emilia-Romagna and Veneto, now Lombardy regional authorities have also opened up to a maximum of 1,000 fans for football matches.
Roberto De Zerbi urges Sassuolo to ‘prove we deserve those raised expectations’ by starting the campaign strong against Cagliari.
Cagliari coach Eusebio Di Francesco is confident Diego Godin will join from Inter, while he’ll be ‘enemies’ with Sassuolo and Domenico Berardi for 90 minutes.
After Emilia-Romagna, now the Veneto regional assembly has also given the all-clear for up to 1,000 fans to attend Serie A and B matches.
Refereeing designator Nicola Rizzoli acknowledges ‘some penalties were too soft’ and won’t be awarded again after changes in the interpretation of handball.
Up to 1,000 fans will be able to attend Parma-Napoli and Sassuolo-Cagliari in Serie A this weekend, it has been confirmed.