CAGLIARI NEWS

Massimo Cellino has announced he has agreed to sell Cagliari to businessman Tommaso Giulini.
Luca Silvestrone claims that he and his consortium are in the final stages of negotiations to buy Cagliari.
Cagliari’s prospective sale to a US consortium appears to have fallen through, as Massimo Cellino attacks Luca Silvestrone.
Colombia will be at the World Cup without Radamel Falcao, whilst Luis Muriel has also been cut from their squad.
Cagliari forward Victor Ibarbo says he is ‘honoured’ by a transfer link to Napoli and admits he would like Champions League football next year.
Massimo Cellino has confirmed that he has agreed a deal to sell a majority shareholding in Cagliari to a US group of investors.
Massimo Cellino has admitted that he may agree to sell Cagliari to the American group of investors currently in the bidding.
Football Italia’s 2013-14 review concludes with the Coach of the Season and Player of the Season awards.
Tommaso Giulini has outlined his ‘ambitious project’ to take over at Cagliari, as talks with Massimo Cellino are reportedly set for next week.
Football Italia’s review of the 2013-14 season continues, with a look at our Young Player of the Season and a Quotes of the Season special.
Milan have confirmed that they have signed former Cagliari goalkeeper Michael Agazzi on a three-year contract.
Football Italia’s season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.
Football Italia have put together an extensive review of the 2013-14 Serie A season, running through every club’s individual campaigns.
Massimo Cellino has briefly commented that he is closing to selling Cagliari, as he ‘cannot have two clubs’.
Ivo Pulga says Massimo Cellino has asked him to stay on at Cagliari for next season, as he promises the team’s ‘backbone will not be touched’.
Gigi Buffon lifted the Serie A trophy, but Juventus celebrations were cut short by a pitch invasion.
Andrea Pirlo said “much of the credit” goes to Antonio Conte for a record-breaking 102-point Juventus run.
Juventus set a new European record of 102 points, but Roma collapsed at Genoa and relegated Catania beat Atalanta.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta is “optimistic” on Antonio Conte’s future, but warned not to expect news today.
Juventus celebrate their Scudetto and against Cagliari have the chance to become the first team ever to go over 100 Serie A points.