SPAL NEWS

SPAL will reportedly conclude their swoop for Partizan Belgrade midfielder Everton Luiz tomorrow at a cost of €0.6m.
Crystal Palace have made an offer of £15m for Fiorentina striker Khouma Babacar, it’s reported in England.
Six clubs from three different countries are said to be interested in signing Khouma Babacar from Fiorentina.
SPAL have officially signed Poland international defender Thiago Cionek from Palermo.
Luca Rizzo has officially interrupted his loan with SPAL in order to join Atalanta instead.
Antonio Cassano assures he is “not a former player, as I am still active and ready to come back if I find a project that interests me.”
SPAL have officially bought left-back Boukary Drame from Atalanta on a contract to the end of the season with option for another term.
Everton Luiz reportedly failed to attend training for Partizan Belgrade, as he is trying to force through a transfer to SPAL.
SPAL could sign defender Thiago Cionek from Serie B leaders Palermo within the next 24 hours.
Atalanta have officially sold midfielder Jasmin Kurtic to SPAL, signing on to June 2021.
Cagliari have officially signed Leandro Castan on loan from Roma, while sending Marco Capuano to Crotone.
Lazio have officially sent forward Simone Palombi to Serie B side Salernitana on loan, while Marios Oikonomou is heading to Bari.
The Lega Serie A has announced the fixture changes up to Week 29, with the Derby della Mole an early Sunday kick-off.
Serie A heads for a two week winter break, with Juventus and Napoli putting further distance between themselves and the chasing pack.
SPAL boss Leonardo Semplici had no problems identifying where his team went wrong in today’s 5-2 home defeat by Lazio.
Join us for all the action from today’s Serie A games, including Walter Mazzarri’s Torino debut, Napoli-Verona, Roma-Atalanta, Cagliari-Juventus and Milan-Crotone.
Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi believes his team are in a ‘magical moment’ after a 5-2 win at SPAL.
Napoli fought their way past Verona and Ciro Immobile hit four in Lazio’s seven-goal thriller at SPAL, while Milan, Benevento and Genoa scraped wins.
Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s five Serie A games, including Napoli-Verona, Milan-Crotone and SPAL-Lazio.
SPAL already held Lazio earlier this season and Coach Leonardo Semplici warns it’ll take “the perfect performance” to do it again.