PARMA NEWS

Pietro Leonardi admits he is concerned by what he saw from Parma in a Week 1 defeat to newly-promoted Cesena.
Milan are expected to once more make a deadline day attempt at signing Jonathan Biabiany, in a deal involving Cristian Zaccardo and M’Baye Niang.
Jonathan de Guzman made the ideal Serie A debut with a last-gasp Napoli winner, Cesena shocked Parma, 10-man Sampdoria held Palermo and Antonio Di Natale shone.
Veteran Parma centre-forward Amauri is thought to be of interest to QPR.
Andrea Stramaccioni has high hopes for Udinese, but feels he’d still be Inter Coach if it weren’t for Erick Thohir.
Antonio Cassano is out of Parma’s season debut trip to Cesena on Sunday, but Francesco Lodi is included.
Sampdoria have reportedly rejected a swap offer from Parma that would involve Antonio Cassano and Gonzalo Bergessio.
There are mixed reports on Jonathan Biabiany, as the Parma man is in advanced talks with Milan, Inter and Juventus.
Sky Sport Italia claim Parma have offered Jonathan Biabiany to Juventus as part of an exchange for Simone Pepe.
Sampdoria have signed Marco Marchionni from Parma in a straight swap with Andrea Costa.
Parma have officially signed midfielder Francesco Lodi from Catania, on loan with an option to buy.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni broke his silence on the alleged Antonio Cassano row. “We’ll say more next week.”
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Parma are ready to sell Antonio Cassano after another blazing locker room row.
Parma have officially terminated the contract of Greek international Sotiris Ninis.
The agent of Inter’s Ruben Botta has revealed Chievo have made an official offer to take his client on loan.
Amauri’s agent has insisted that his client wants to stay at Parma despite rumours that he could be sold.
Parma are reportedly close to bringing in Catania creative midfielder Francesco Lodi.
Ex-Inter, Parma, Fiorentina and Roma striker Adriano admits he’d “really like” to play for Serie B side Catania.
There are reports Everton and West Bromwich Albion are battling for Parma winger Jonathan Biabiany.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni admits his side will have a hard job replicating last season, when they finished sixth in Serie A.