Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s five Serie A games, including Juventus-Bologna, Verona-Napoli and Lazio-Sassuolo.
Even though Hirving Lozano made history for Napoli, they still saw Hellas Verona turn the game on its head for a 3-1 victory with Federico Dimarco, Antonin Barak and Mattia Zaccagni.
Gennaro Gattuso was frustrated by Napoli falling apart against Verona and transforming in the second half. ‘You can’t just go to the supermarket and ask for €10 of determination.’
Chucky Lozano gave Napoli an historic start at the Bentegodi, but Hellas Verona turned it around to win 3-1 and stay in the hunt for European places.
Lorenzo Insigne, Andrea Petagna and Chucky Lozano start for Napoli, with Dries Mertens and Victor Osimhen on the bench, as they visit impressive Verona.
Victor Osimhen is back in full training with Napoli after recovering from both COVID-19 and a dislocated shoulder.
Stefano Sturaro has officially completed his transfer from Genoa to Hellas Verona, on loan with option to buy.
Spezia won 4-2 against Roma in the last 16 of the Coppa Italia, but the Sporting Judge has cancelled the result and handed Roma a 3-0 defeat by default.
Hellas Verona coach Ivan Juric admitted he was not happy to hear the words from Mattia Zaccagni’s agent. ‘It’s a lack of respect’.
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Fernando Llorente is expected to leave Napoli this month, with Udinese the favourites ahead of Benevento and Athletic Bilbao.
The AIA has announced the referees for Serie A Week 19, with Maurizio Mariani given Milan-Atalanta on Saturday and Antonio Giua overseeing Lazio-Sassuolo.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly looks ahead after the Supercoppa Italiana defeat to Juventus. ‘The desire to fight for new wins is stronger’.
Sportitalia claim Udinese striker Kevin Lasagna is on the verge of a move to Hellas Verona for €10m plus bonuses.
Mattia Zaccagni ‘will certainly find space at one of the big Italian clubs in June, as Hellas Verona cannot keep him,” said his agent.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, as Bologna host Verona, Torino are in a relegation showdown with Spezia and Sampdoria face Udinese.
Bologna ended their eight-round winless streak by getting the better of Hellas Verona, as Riccardo Orsolini got the only goal.
Sinisa Mihajlovic maintains Bologna ‘rediscovered that determination and desperation to win at all costs’ to beat Verona 1-0 and end their negative streak.
Verona coach Ivan Juric admits Bologna ‘deserved to win and did better’ than his team, but was furious over the move that led to the penalty.
Riccardo Orsolini’s penalty proved enough for Bologna’s first win since November 29, getting the better of an unusually toothless Verona.