PALERMO NEWS

Arsenal have joined the chase for the Palermo and Inter owned goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Serie A side Palermo are on the verge of signing Uruguayan international midfielder Egidio Arevalo Rios.
Fabrizio Miccoli’s agent has admitted there are negotiations taking place about a move to Dubai, but Palermo expect him to stay.
Novara talent Giuseppe Mascara has confirmed he’s heading to Al Nasr, probably alongside Fabrizio Miccoli. “We’d make a great partnership.”
Giuseppe Mascara is heading to Dubai and could be joined by Fabrizio Miccoli in Walter Zenga’s Al-Nasr side.
Palermo Vice-President Guglielmo Micciche has reiterated Maurizio Zamparini’s stance on Federico Balzaretti, adding also that the player wants to stay.
Palermo’s Massimo Donati could be on the verge of a third stint with Atalanta after the Nerazzurri admitted an interest.
Palermo and Inter have taken no forward steps in their transfer talks for Rosanero stopper Matias Silvestre.
Maurizio Zamparini has reflected on his past situation with Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli, as well as his current one with left-back Federico Balzaretti.
Inter have signed Samuele Longo back from Genoa, Juventus handed Albin Ekdal to Cagliari and Gaetano D'Agostino is all Siena among several deadline day co-ownership agreements.
The list of players going to a blind auction tomorrow morning has been finalised, including Fabio Borini, Alessandro Diamanti, Houssine Kharja and Andrea Lazzari.
As the deadline approaches, a series of co-ownership deals have been finalised, including Pescara, Milan, Juventus, Udinese, Novara, Palermo and Genoa.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini thinks that goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will join Fiorentina this summer.
Palermo have revealed that only Napoli have made a bid for Federico Balzaretti – but they turned it down.
Devis Mangia has admitted that he has held talks with Siena about possibly replacing Giuseppe Sannino at the club.
Sporting director Marco Branca has revealed Inter’s transfer philosophy this summer, as well as plans for Mattia Destro, Matias Silvestre and Lucas Moura.
Palermo have told Inter that they will currently only accept cash in any deal that would see Matias Silvestre move to San Siro.
Palermo have confirmed they will not be keeping Emiliano Viviano next season, as he could instead “go to Fiorentina, Torino or back to Inter.”
Inter President Massimo Moratti held talks with Genoa today over Mattia Destro and confirmed negotiations for Matias Silvestre.
Palermo have revealed that they are on the verge of selling Matias Silvestre to Italian giants Inter.