PARMA NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco urged Sassuolo to face Parma “as if they were Juventus. They have nothing to lose.”
Roberto Donadoni said Sassuolo “ought to fear Parma,” though the club could be declared bankrupt on Thursday.
Giuseppe Rossi discussed his career, the many injury setbacks, beating Juventus and the future with Fiorentina.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni was in Milan today in what is reported to be a hunt for a new club.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero encourages 'throwing out' President Giampietro Manenti for his role in Parma's financial crisis.
New Inter signing Felipe Dias has discussed leaving Parma, and says he’ll give everything for his new team.
Parma have been deducted a further two points over unpaid wages, rendering two draws in a row meaningless.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti slams FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio and mayor Federico Pizzarotti - ‘the club is not theirs’.
Parma fans bought locker room benches at auction and medical staff paid for their own equipment, donating them to the squad.
It’s reported that Giampietro Manenti has rejected an offer of €500,000 to sell Parma to a London-based group.
Details of the American investors said to be interested in acquiring Parma are emerging, with the group having tried to buy Cagliari in the past.
There is “a lot of interest” in buying up Parma from a bankruptcy tribunal, said ex-President Fabio Giordano.
Cristian Rodriguez will face a four-game ban if he ever returns to Serie A, after being sent off this weekend.
Parma midfielder Cristian Rodriguez has officially terminated his contract and signed for Gremio.
Carlo Tavecchio confirmed an American investment group “is interested” in buying Parma.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti says he doesn’t understand why the club’s fans are so hostile toward him.
Antonio Conte says Juventus ‘deserve’ a fourth consecutive Scudetto, and admits he misses working on a daily basis.
Mayor Federico Pizzarotti says he hopes that Sunday’s draw with Atalanta marks Giampietro Manenti’s last home match as Parma President.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke hints that they could move out of San Siro if Milan’s stadium plans fall through.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli says the club’s players did not play for money on Sunday, but rather to try to protect staff.