PARMA NEWS

It’s reported Antonio Cassano turned on Gigi Buffon and the Italy ‘senators’ after their World Cup exit.
Sky Sport Italia and Mediaset have secured the rights for live coverage of Serie A matches from 2015-16 to 2017-18.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito claims it is now up to Marco Parolo to decide whether or not he becomes a Biancocelesti player.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has hit out at those criticising the performances of Gabriel Paletta.
Outgoing Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi is confident Antonio Cassano will remain a Gialloblu player come next season.
Outgoing Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has insisted that he won’t change his mind regarding the club’s sale.
The Lega Serie A will meet from today to decide on the allocation of television rights for 2015-18, as uncertainty remains between the broadcasters.
Luciano Moggi launched a scathing attack on Italy’s World Cup squad, noting they only beat “born losers” England.
Parma presented their new logo and pledged to get back into Europe, but warned “this club isn’t a port of call.”
Antonio Cassano is “convinced we can do it” after Italy’s 1-0 World Cup defeat to Costa Rica.
Parma have confirmed they have bought out Sampdoria’s share of forward Jonathan Biabiany this afternoon.
Milan have confirmed that they have picked up Ricky Saponara from Parma, resolving his co-ownership status.
Parma are reported as having reached agreement with Sampdoria to take full ownership of Jonathan Biabiany.
Reports continue on Jonathan Biabiany’s future, with Parma and Sampdoria supposedly now in agreement to sell him.
Pietro Leonardi says that Parma are not focused this week on Marco Parolo’s prospective move to Lazio.
Sinisa Mihajlovic reportedly wants to veto Sampdoria’s latest apparent interest in Antonio Cassano from developing further.
Cristian Molinaro has revealed his delight at joining Torino on a one-year deal after his release by Stuttgart.
Torino have confirmed that they have signed former Stuttgart and Parma defender Cristian Molinaro on a one-year deal.
Massimo Moratti thinks Andrea Ranocchia should’ve been at the World Cup and felt bad for Roy Hodgson.
Uruguay don’t risk Luis Suarez against Costa Rica, so Diego Forlan starts with Edinson Cavani and Walter Gargano.