FIORENTINA NEWS

Napoli director Riccardo Bigon concedes the last few days “have been bittersweet” and all thoughts are with the shot fan in hospital.
Giuseppe Rossi scored on his Serie A comeback, but Domenico Berardi’s hat-trick gave Sassuolo a shock 4-3 victory at Fiorentina.
Fiorentina try to get over their Coppa Italia Final defeat with Giuseppe Rossi ready to come on against desperate Sassuolo.
Napoli-Cagliari has been further fired up by news Genny a’ Carogna, the ultras leader who spoke to Marek Hamsik, is banned for five years.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.
Italy’s Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano has promised new security measures will be implemented in football from the start of next season.
Italian media claim West Ham want to sign Max Allegri, Alessandro Matri and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Fiorentina face battlers Sassuolo on Tuesday without goalkeeper Norberto Neto, who fractured his finger.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella says he wants his side to be fighting for higher stakes in future.
One of the Napoli fans shot in the hours preceding the Coppa Italia final on Saturday has now been arrested himself, it has emerged.
Former Serie A referee Massimo Chiesa has described events preceding the Coppa Italia final on Saturday as shameful.
Bologna President Albano Guaraldi admits the losers of this weekend’s match between his side and Catania are all but certain to go down.
Cristian Ledesma’s stalling contract negotiations with Lazio have alerted Fiorentina, reports claim on Monday.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has insisted that fan violence ‘has to stop’ after Saturday’s Coppa Italia Final.
Giuseppe Rossi has admitted to mixed feelings after he returned from injury on Saturday, but lost the Coppa Italia Final.
Cesare Prandelli has congratulated Juventus after they claimed their third successive title on Sunday.
Ciro Esposito, the Napoli fan shot by a Roma ultra, underwent surgery today and his mother has “forgiven” the shooter.
Francesco Totti complimented Juventus on their Scudetto and gave his view on the Coppa Italia Final debacle.
Rome police confirmed the shooter ahead of last night’s Coppa Italia Final, but insist they “never negotiated” with ultras.
Pepe Reina said he hopes the Coppa Italia can be “the first of many trophies” and hinted he’ll stay at Napoli.