PARMA NEWS

Parma are ready to sign Torino outcast Antonio Nocerino to bolster their chances of survival.
Sunderland winger Emanuele Giaccherini is reportedly looking to move back to Italy, with Parma having probed for the player.
Milan are not yet looking to sell striker Giampaolo Pazzini, as initial bids by Parma and Premier League club Burnley have been rejected.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli again demanded a revamp of Serie A stadiums, but is “against” foreign investment.
Albania international Andi Lila confirmed his imminent move to Parma. “This is a new adventure.”
Parma finished the 2013-14 financial year with losses of €13.69m.
It’s reported Parma have agreed a deal for Albania international Andi Lila from Pas Giannina.
Ex-Inter, Parma and Fiorentina striker Adriano has resumed his playing career in France with Le Havre.
There are reports the mystery Parma buyers are Rezart Taci and Anzhi owner Suleyman Kerimov.
Parma director general Pietro Leonardi admits “the team has suffered” during extended takeover talks, but can now focus.
Parma have finally completed the sale to Russian-Cypriot Dastraso Holding Ltd with Fabio Giordano as temporary President.
Parma look as if they have finally completed the sale to new investors, but a Press conference is postponed.
Pietro Doca says he may attend today’s Tardini Press conference after all, but as Parma’s Vice-President and only if a deal is completed in time.
Rafa Benitez praised Duvan Zapata, gave Jose Callejon a telling off and discussed his job offers to leave Napoli.
Roberto Donadoni confessed Parma are “scared and not determined enough” after a 2-0 defeat to Napoli.
Napoli got back on track by adding to Parma’s woes with a 2-0 result thanks to Duvan Zapata and Dries Mertens.
Parma’s new owners are reportedly looking for a new President after Pietro Doca again denied he signed the paperwork.
Napoli completely revamp their defence ahead of Monday’s Italian Super Cup with Juventus and Duvan Zapata starts against Parma tonight.
Parma’s ownership saga rumbles on, as prospective new President Pietro Doca says he won’t attend a Press conference scheduled for tomorrow.
Former Napoli and Parma midfielder Raffaele Longo admits the Vesuviani are favourites tonight, but warns that they still lack balance.