PARMA NEWS

Hellas Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini wants Luca Toni to be Serie A's top-scorer: “It would be like a Scudetto”.
Roberto Donadoni assured there is “interest” in buying Parma and thanked the fans for their Tardini party against Verona.
A fourth auction has passed with no bids for bankrupt Parma, the club has confirmed.
Milan have reportedly offered a four-year deal to Parma talent Jose Mauri, and are also looking at Sassuolo’s Simone Missiroli.
Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante confirms his agent is in negotiations with Inter. “I am ambitious and very flattered.”
Gonzalo Higuain’s father assures his son will stay at Napoli despite ‘many teams’ being interested in the striker.
Massimo Zanetti, one of the names linked with taking over Parma, says he is not interested in buying the club.
Antonio Cassano claims Juventus wanted to sign him in January - ‘I don’t know what happened’.
Jose Mauri’s agent says Milan are in pole position for the Parma midfielder’s signature.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella insists the quest for Europa League football ‘is not done’ despite a 3-0 win over Parma.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni is more concerned about the club’s future than defeat to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina took advantage of Parma's set piece weaknesses to cruise to a 3-0 win.
Alberto Gilardino leads the line for Fiorentina tonight, as they host relegated Parma at Artemio Franchi.
Parma have announced that no offers have been received to buy the bankrupt side after a third auction was completed.
Vincenzo Montella will “meet with the club” to discuss his future, but is prepared to “go up against an entire city” of Fiorentina fans.
Fiorentina are without numerous players against Parma, including Federico Bernardeschi and Juan Manuel Vargas.
Coach Roberto Donadoni said “the present is what it is, but the future of Parma has got to be better.”
Vincenzo Montella could quit Fiorentina and the list of replacements includes Luciano Spalletti, Roberto Donadoni and Andrea Stramaccioni.
Antonio Nocerino says Parma have become like ‘a second family’, and would like to return to Milan.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli reveals players have given up 75 per cent of their wages, and hopes a buyer can be found.