Matteo Politano has revealed he is “happy to have chosen” Napoli and has vowed to return “to my best form” at the San Paolo.
Serie A have announced the referees for Week 23 and Fabio Maresca has been handed the Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan on Sunday.
Roma striker Edin Dzeko won’t be fined following his outburst in the aftermath of the Giallorossi’s 4-2 defeat to Sassuolo last weekend.
Lukas Haraslin has revealed the directors convinced him of moving to “a young and strong” Sassuolo.
Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali says there are offers for Domenico Berardi, Jeremie Boga and Manuel Locatelli, but that the club “wants to stay in Serie A.”
Fabio Capello insists Inter signing Christian Eriksen and their young Italy midfielder Stefano Sensi “are more or less on the same level.”
Roma captain Edin Dzeko expressed his frustration after a 4-2 defeat at Sassuolo. “We were not playing at Serie A level. If two or three players are not delivering, it can cause problems.”
Roberto De Zerbi wants Sassuolo to always play with the “ferocity” shown against Roma and admits he has a similar style to Paulo Fonseca.
Paulo Fonseca admits Roma “just didn’t play in the first half” of their 4-2 defeat to Sassuolo. “It’s difficult to explain the huge difference.”
Francesco Caputo was annoyed he didn’t complete the hat-trick against Roma, but assured “when Sassuolo really click, there’s no stopping us.”
Sassuolo put in a masterclass first half performance to lead 3-0 within 30 minutes, eventually beating Roma 4-2 in a chaotic thriller that also saw Lorenzo Pellegrini sent off.
Roma director Gianluca Petrachi wishes Alessandro Florenzi “the best of luck” at Valencia and assures he will return in June.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, Bologna-Brescia, Cagliari-Parma and Sassuolo v Roma.
Leonardo Spinazzola warned Roma that if they don’t press Sassuolo in the right way, “we risk running around just watching the ball go by.”
Roma have new signings Carles Perez and Gonzalo Villar on the bench, but rely on Lorenzo Pellegrini against Domenico Berardi and Jeremie Boga’s Sassuolo.
Napoli are reportedly frustrated with Amin Younes after he turned down moves to Sampdoria, Parma, Genoa, Torino, Sassuolo and Olympiacos.
Sassuolo coach Roberto De Zerbi says Duncan “wanted to be sold” after the midfielder completed a €15m move to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina have officially confirmed the signing of midfielder Alfred Duncan from Sassuolo for €15m.
Sassuolo have officially signed Lukas Haraslin from Lechia Gdansk and Emiliano Gomez of Boston River.
Fiorentina are extremely busy on the transfer market today and have reportedly agreed a €15m transfer for Sassuolo midfielder Alfred Duncan.