PALERMO NEWS

Counter reports are emerging that discredit talk of Napoli defender Salvatore Aronica’s proposed transfer to Palermo.
Palermo’s new attacking Argentine Franco Vazquez has distanced himself away from comparisons with compatriot and former Rosanero hero Javier Pastore.
Palermo’s new Swedish striker Agon Mehmeti discussed the comparisons with Milan hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Bortolo Mutti has admitted that he is wary of taking charge of his first home match with Palermo against high-flying Napoli.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has predicted that his club will make a winning start to 2012 against Napoli.
Milan’s deadline to sign Maxi Lopez has passed, freeing him to negotiate with other clubs, says Catania’s President.
Palermo are showing an interest in striker Maxi Lopez of Sicilian Serie A rivals Catania, according to reports.
Bortolo Mutti is confident he can turn Palermo around in 2012. “It has been a positive start and I can’t wait to start training intensively.”
Serie A side Palermo have done a deal to sign Uruguayan international Arevalo Rios next month.
Fabrizio Miccoli has given a strong indication that Palermo will be his last professional club before retirement.
President Maurizio Zamparini is confident new Coach Bortolo Mutti is “the right choice for Palermo,” but rules out a bid for Roma’s David Pizarro.
Palermo would consider selling Mauricio Pinilla to Fiorentina should the Viola table an acceptable offer.
Andrea Mazzarani has faith in Novara, while Bortolo Mutti analyses his Palermo debut.
Bortolo Mutti is thrown straight in at the deep end as Palermo’s third Coach of the season, preparing to face Novara.
As Palermo confirm Bortolo Mutti as the team’s third Coach of the season, Maurizio Zamparini reveals the reasons for the change.
In reflecting on becoming the fourth different Coach to depart Palermo this year, Devis Mangia admits he has felt better.
Bortolo Mutti claims that he still hasn’t been contacted by President Maurizio Zamparini about the vacant Palermo post.
Serie A outfit Palermo have confirmed that they have dismissed boss Devis Mangia and his staff on Monday.
There are reports that Palermo have sacked boss Devis Mangia after the 2-0 derby loss against Catania at the weekend.
Vincenzo Montella enjoyed the derby win, but joked that Maxi Lopez was weeping “because he’ll have to stay in Catania!”