ATALANTA NEWS

Serie A side Atalanta have unveiled their 2014-15 jerseys with new kit sponsors Nike.
Roma have sold Marco D’Alessandro to Atalanta and loaned Marquinho to Al Ittihad.
Carlos Carmona confirmed he has a deal with Sevilla, while Atalanta officially sign Nicolò Cherubin from Bologna.
Serie A clubs start preseason plans from today, with Torino the earliest to report back and the rest of the League to follow shortly.
Juan Cuadrado said having many players in Serie A has “helped Colombia become stronger” after they beat Uruguay.
Sky Sport Italia and Mediaset have secured the rights for live coverage of Serie A matches from 2015-16 to 2017-18.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s agent has revealed that Fiorentina’s interest in his client is ‘real’.
Corriere di Bergamo reports that Giuseppe Biava is close to sealing a move to his boyhood club, Atalanta.
The Lega Serie A will meet from today to decide on the allocation of television rights for 2015-18, as uncertainty remains between the broadcasters.
Atalanta now own Luca Cigarini outright after buying him from Napoli, but Michele Canini goes to a blind auction.
Cesena’s Rino Foschi says fans won’t be deluded to expect ‘big purchases’, but names from Juventus, Milan and Atalanta may arrive.
There will be seven Serie A representatives on show as Colombia take on Ivory Coast in Brasilia this afternoon.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon claim that Alberto Aquilani has been the subject of an offer from Atalanta.
Giacomo Bonaventura says potentially signing for a big club should be just the start of his journey, rather than the end.
The Gazzetta dello Sport assert that three Serie A sides are preparing to do battle for Catania striker Gonzalo Bergessio.
Stefano Colantuono has claimed he is happy to stay at Atalanta until 2017, and has revealed his transfer strategy for the summer.
Colombia will be at the World Cup without Radamel Falcao, whilst Luis Muriel has also been cut from their squad.
Mario Yepes has admitted he’s realistic about Colombia’s chances at the World Cup, but won’t rule out Italy.
Giuseppe Biava has revealed he chose to leave Lazio for personal reasons and now dreams of joining Atalanta.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s agent says his client will definitely be leaving Atalanta this summer.