SAMPDORIA NEWS

It’s an Anglo-Italian day with Aston Villa-Parma, Sunderland-Udinese, West Ham-Sampdoria and Burnley-Verona.
Nine Serie A sides including Juventus, Roma and Fiorentina have announced they support neither Carlo Tavecchio nor Demetrio Albertini.
Shkodran Mustafi has been presented to the Press as a Valencia player and explained his motivation to move from Sampdoria.
Sampdoria have officially sold German World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi to Valencia.
German World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi is on the verge of moving from Sampdoria to Valencia.
Simone Pepe’s four-year spell at Juventus could be coming to an end, with three Serie A sides enquiring after his services.
Sampdoria have taken Emiliano Viviano on loan from Palermo and will sell Renan to Al Nassr.
Massimo Ferrero has made clear his ambition is to ‘do anything and everything’ to see Sampdoria qualify for Europe.
Sampdoria’s World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi is wanted by Napoli, Juventus, Eintracht Frankfurt and Valencia.
Sampdoria unveiled a new initiative this season, as ball boys will be replaced by ball ladies on the touchline.
Sampdoria will be without full-back Vasco Regini for 10 days with cracked ribs.
Sampdoria were in sparkling form as they beat Eintracht Frankfurt 4-2 for the inaugural Trofeo Boskov.
Gonzalo Bergessio reveals why he chose to leave Catania for Sampdoria. “It is important to feel loved.”
Sampdoria said they’ll sell World Cup winning defender Shkodran Mustafi “if someone offers €15m.”
Sampdoria have confirmed the signing of striker Gonzalo Bergessio from relegated Catania, on a three-year deal.
Sergio Romero has admitted that he wants to stay at Monaco, despite interest from Benfica.
It’s widely reported Catania striker Gonzalo Bergessio will join Sampdoria this week for €3m plus add-ons.
The full Serie A fixtures for the 2014-15 season have been drawn up with Max Allegri's Juventus visiting Milan in Week 3.
Inter are in pole position to sign Daniel Osvaldo from Southampton, it has been revealed in the British Press.
FIFA have written to the Italian Football Federation to request that they investigate remarks made by prospective FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio.