PALERMO NEWS

Massimo Donati has promised to give his best to new club Palermo in their search to recapture form this season.
The representative of Udinese striker Antonio Floro Flores has rejected new links with Serie A side Palermo.
Palermo have confirmed that Massimo Donati has completed his move from Bari to the Stadio Barbera.
Palermo and Parma are the latest clubs to be paired with available Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta.
Palermo have confirmed that they are on the verge of signing Massimo Donati from Serie B side Bari.
Fiorentina have made it clear Alessio Cerci is on the market, so Genoa, Palermo and Torino are doing battle for the unsettled winger.
Emiliano Viviano is targeting a return to the Italian national team after his January switch to Palermo.
President Maurizio Zamparini assures Palermo fans he does not fear relegation and Coach Bortolo Mutti “will not be sacked.”
Emiliano Viviano says he’s ready to “spit blood” for Palermo once he officially completes his move from Inter.
There are reports that Palermo could recall Devis Mangia after Bortolo Mutti fell to a second consecutive defeat.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Chievo's aggression, though Bortolo Mutti blamed an icy pitch for Palermo's woes.
Fiorentina suffered a shock home defeat to Lecce, while Roberto Donadoni made a perfect Parma debut, but Chievo added to Palermo’s crisis.
Bortolo Mutti has had a very poor start to his Palermo career, but ordered them to “stop thinking about” the recent results when preparing to face Chievo.
Palermo have officially sold Cesare Bovo to Genoa, while Siena, Novara and Cesena also completed transfers.
Francesco Benussi has vowed to fight for a starting berth in Palermo’s goal, should the club not move him on this transfer window.
Fiorentina are still in the race to sign Angelo Palombo after the midfielder allegedly turned down a move to Palermo.
Emiliano Viviano has expressed his satisfaction after Palermo wrapped up a deal to take him to the Stadio Barbera.
Palermo have confirmed that they have done a deal for Italian international goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano.
President Maurizio Zamparini assures Palermo “will not go into Serie B while I’m here” as fans begin to protest.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has already warned third Coach of the campaign Bortolo Mutti “he made mistakes I never want to see again.”