The Serie B fixture list will finally be drawn up on August 25 and the season begins on September 5.
Brescia have been recalled into Serie B to replace bankrupt Parma, while Albinoleffe and Pordenone are back in Lega Pro.
Sassuolo look to have won the race with Torino and Palermo to sign Cesena striker Gregoire Defrel.
Parma are rebuilding in the amateur Serie D, and have already sold a record-breaking number of season tickets.
Gianfranco Zola admits it’s ‘sad’ to see his former club Parma in Serie D, but hopes for a ‘great recovery’.
Officials from the new Parma outfit which has been granted Serie D entry have adressed fans and media today.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has “the final word” on Antonio Cassano and he’s closing the door. “We don’t like remakes.”
Walter Zenga threatened to resign as Coach if Sampdoria sign Antonio Cassano, so Cesare Prandelli is on alert.
Walter Zenga warned Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli “won’t come to Sampdoria. We need different types of people here.”
Empoli have officially signed ex-Parma defender Andrea Costa as a free agent.
Promising Parma youth team striker Alberto Cerri has officially signed for Juventus.
It’s another sad day for Italian football, as Venezia, Reggina and Varese have all been declared bankrupt.
Jonathan Biabiany believes he can help Inter 'climb high in the league', and is eager to 'show what he can do'.
Antonio Cassano “turned down a lot of money so he could wait for Sampdoria,” revealed his agent, but there’s no offer.
Jonathan Biabiany makes his return to football by signing a four-year contract with Inter.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero reveals Antonio Cassano “ruined” a comeback to the club by “talking too much.”
Roberto Donadoni believes Jose Mauri has ‘all the qualities to do well’, after moving to Milan.
The start of the 2015-16 Serie B season has officially been postponed from August 22 to September 5.
Milan signed Jose Mauri and his older “more technically gifted” brother Juan is set to join him.
The head of the Lega Serie B Andrea Abodi admits a ‘difficult summer’ is in prospect, with the collapse of Parma and a match-fixing scandal.