SASSUOLO NEWS

Sassuolo midfielder Stefano Sensi is out of Saturday’s game with Roma after undergoing surgery for a fractured hand.
The referees for Serie A Week 37 have been announced, with Daniele Doveri given the top-three tussle between Napoli and Inter.
Claudio Ranieri admits Roma ‘had to handle Daniele De Rossi’s departure differently’ as he maintains the decision was made ‘in London and America’.
Cagliari will not be charged after the FIGC downplayed the severity of the racial abuse their fans directed at Juventus striker Moise Kean.
Milan are reportedly locked in talks to sign Sassuolo and Italy midfielder Stefano Sensi.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, including Torino-Sassuolo, SPAL-Napoli and Roma-Juventus.
Sassuolo Coach Roberto De Zerbi feels that Medhi Bourabia’s controversial dismissal just 28 minutes in gifted the points to Torino.
Walter Mazzarri celebrated Torino’s dramatic turnaround against 10-man Sassuolo and a new points record, but “we still don’t know if we’re in Europe.”
Andrea Belotti completed the comeback with an overhead kick stunner, as Torino squeezed past 10-man Sassuolo after missing a penalty and seeing a very harsh red card.
Domenico Berardi admits he wasn’t ready to leave Sassuolo, but “it no longer frightens me. If the right proposal arrives, I’m taking that chance.”
Sassuolo are highly-motivated against Torino, assures Coach Roberto De Zerbi, as “10th place is like the Champions League for us.”
Walter Mazzarri is not happy with the schedule for the final few Serie A rounds and warns Torino against underestimating Sassuolo.
There are reports Simone Inzaghi could quit Lazio at the end of the season, even if he wins the Coppa Italia, with Roberto De Zerbi lined up.
Inter winger Matteo Politano says that while Antonio Conte is ‘a great Coach’, he ‘thinks’ Luciano Spalletti will stay.
The referees for Serie A Week 36 have been announced as Davide Massa is handed the clash between Roma and Juventus.
Torino teammates had to intervene after Salvatore Sirigu and Tomas Rincon almost came to blows during a furious training ground row.
Atalanta will continue to use Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium for their European fixtures, while Napoli should eventually be allowed to stay at the San Paolo.
Sassuolo Coach Roberto De Zerbi is happy his side have secured safety and believes the 2-2 draw with Frosinone was the “right result” in the end.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Empoli-Fiorentina, Lazio-Atalanta, Genoa-Roma and Napoli-Cagliari.
Frosinone were relegated today after they blew a two-goal lead at Sassuolo, but Coach Marco Baroni believes it was their home form that “condemned” them to Serie B.