TORINO NEWS

Torino have officially announced Marco Giampaolo as their new coach ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Milan and Fiorentina are both being heavily linked with a move for Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira.
Napoli are reportedly not interested in swapping Alex Meret for Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu, amid rumours of a proposal from the Granata.
Fiorentina coach Beppe Iachini reportedly wants a new striker at the Artemio Franchi, with Krzysztof Piatek and Andrea Belotti mentioned as the two targets.
Torino President Urbano Cairo said he had ‘hired a quality coach’ after having reportedly signed a two-year contract with Marco Giampaolo.
Marco Giampaolo meets with Torino President Urbano Cairo and sporting director Davide Vagnati today, ready to sign a two-year contract with the Granata.
Torino’s season was on a downward slide from the moment they lost the Europa League play-off and never recovered, writes Owen Diana.
President Gabriele Gravina said the FIGC is ‘concerned’ ahead of Serie A 2020-21 and doesn’t think fans will be back in stadiums on September 19.
Torino have reportedly reached an agreement with Marco Giampaolo, who must now meet with Milan to terminate his contract with the Rossoneri.
Official: Serie A 2020-21 starts on September 19, ending on May 23, 2021.
Inter and Atalanta have only one player each in Opta’s best XI for the 2019-20 Serie A season, as Cristiano Ronaldo and Ciro Immobile star in attack with Papu Gomez and Paulo Dybala.
Inter defender Stefan de Vrij will miss the first match of 2020-21, as the Disciplinary Commission announced the verdict after Serie A Week 38.
It was the longest Serie A season, stalled and restarted amid a pandemic, but provided some of the normality Giancarlo Rinaldi was craving.
Moreno Longo confirms this was his ‘last match’ on the Torino bench, as the club is in advanced talks with Marco Giampaolo.
Simone Zaza grabbed a point for Torino with a fantastic volley on Simone Verdi’s assist, wiping out the Mattias Svanberg Bologna opener.
A spectacular Simone Zaza volley cancelled out the Mattias Svanberg opener, as Torino picked up a 1-1 draw away to Bologna.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s final five Serie A games, including SPAL-Fiorentina, Bologna-Torino and with relegation decided in Genoa-Verona and Lecce-Parma.
Torino director Davide Vagnati essentially confirmed Marco Giampaolo has been chosen as their next coach. ‘We admire him very much.’
Check all the official line-ups for this evening’s Serie A games, as relegation is decided with Genoa-Verona, Lecce-Parma, Sassuolo-Udinese and Bologna-Torino.
Marco Giampaolo is set to become the new Torino coach for next season, according to multiple sources, replacing Moreno Longo.