PALERMO NEWS

Palermo have officially signed Ivory Coast defender Souleymane Bamba.
Maurizio Zamparini has asked Beppe Iachini to turn around Palermo’s attitude in time for the start of the Serie A season.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini slammed his squad after a shock Coppa Italia exit. “We can’t play like this.”
Palermo boss Beppe Iachini “can only apologise” to the fans after a 3-0 Coppa Italia home defeat to Modena.
Benfica are in talks with Palermo for Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez, confirmed his agent.
Palermo are ready to sign Columbus Crew and Costa Rica defender Giancarlo Gonzalez.
Cagliari made short work of Catania, Avellino upset Bari, but Varese only squeezed past Virtus Entella in the Coppa Italia.
Palermo crashed out of the Coppa Italia with a shock 3-0 home defeat to Modena.
Benfica are thought to have made an offer for Palermo’s Uruguay international Abel Hernandez.
Palermo have beaten Lazio to Partizan Belgrade defender Vojislav Stankovic, confirmed his agent.
Brazil and Botafogo goalkeeper Jefferson’s agent said he’d be “perfect at Juventus, Sassuolo or Palermo.”
Palermo are reportedly on the verge of signing Santos left-back Emerson.
Police are investigating after Palermo’s training ground and Press room were vandalised last night.
Newcastle United reportedly offered €10m for Palermo and Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez, also a Torino target.
Marco Storari is thought to have agreed terms with Sassuolo, so Christian Abbiati or Stefano Sorrentino could replace him at Juventus.
Sampdoria confirm they have signed goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano from newly promoted Serie A side Palermo.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Genoa face late competition from Palermo for Inter defender Matias Silvestre.
Palermo fell to a surprise 1-0 defeat to Dubai club Al Ahli, but rattled the woodwork three times.
Torino President Urbano Cairo insists Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini “wanted to sign the letter” on the FIGC election.
Maurizio Zamparini has described the nine clubs refusing to support either Carlo Tavecchio or Demetrio Albertini as FIGC President as ‘a bunch of fools.’