PARMA NEWS

Sampdoria fuelled reports of Antonio Cassano’s return with a cryptic birthday greeting on Twitter.
Alberto Gilardino has revealed his disappointment at not having at least received a phone call from Cesare Prandelli to tell him of his World Cup omission.
Roberto Donadoni started Parma’s new season by urging the club not to sell more stars and Antonio Cassano to diet.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni says there is great anger at the club that they were excluded from the Europa League.
Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante says he is happy at the club but would consider other offers if they came through.
Genoa have signed Aleandro Rosi from Parma in a straight swap for Daniel Tozser.
The director of Italy’s World Cup camp revealed Mario Balotelli was detached and Antonio Cassano “out of control.”
Parma are likely to find out their Europa League fate before July 17, according to reports this morning.
Lazio legend Vincenzo D’Amico is confident that Marco Parolo would be a success in Rome, should his move be completed.
Serie A clubs start preseason plans from today, with Torino the earliest to report back and the rest of the League to follow shortly.
Parma have officially signed Afriyie Acquah on a permanent basis from Hoffenheim after his loan spell.
Parma midfielder Marco Parolo admits he’s “still considering” whether to accept a Lazio move.
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.