SIENA NEWS

Juventus renewed co-ownership deals with Genoa for Richmond Boakye and Ciro Immobile, plus deals with Parma and Siena.
Former Udinese, Lecce and Siena Coach Serse Cosmi has sensationally been linked with the job at Brazilian giants Santos.
Livorno are back in Serie A and already announced advanced talks for Alessio Sestu and Giulio Migliaccio.
There is another Coach on the Serie A merry-go-round, as Walter Zenga has left Al Nasr.
Siena President Massimo Mezzaroma insists the club will not go bankrupt this summer despite mounting debts.
Siena sporting director Stefano Antonelli has admitted that Innocent Emeghara is being targeted by Sampdoria.
Sampdoria are said to be preparing an offer for Siena sensation Innocent Emeghara.
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè, Gonzalo Rodriguez and Manuel Pasqual blamed the referees for Milan’s last-gasp win. “They were gifted a penalty.”
Massimiliano Allegri is still refusing to confirm his future, pointing out “it’s Milan’s decision. I have a contract.”
Milan really cut it fine, scoring twice in the last six minutes to win 2-1 in Siena and secure a Champions League place.
Milan know they must win in Siena to stave off Fiorentina and secure a Champions League spot, but they bench Stephan El Shaarawy.
Siena are already relegated, but Beppe Iachini assures “we will play our game” against Milan, which is decisive for the Champions League.
Fiorentina can only reach the Champions League if Milan fail to beat Siena, but Vincenzo Montella warns “nobody must ask about that result.”
Massimiliano Allegri claims “there’s no sense talking about the future” before Milan’s trip to Siena.
Riccardo Montolivo returns, but Kevin-Prince Boateng is out of Milan’s crunch match with Siena.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti focused only on Siena and warns you’ll know Massimiliano Allegri’s future “in three or four days.”
Vincenzo Montella promised to “learn the Siena club anthem off by heart if they stop Milan” on Sunday in the race for third place.
Stephan El Shaarawy is fired up for Milan’s do-or-die trip to Siena and admits “it would be wonderful to end the season with a goal.”
Marco Amelia has claimed that Milan will be fully focused on qualifying for next season's Champions League, despite last weekend's controversies.
Siena have a number of major injury concerns ahead of their final game of the season against Milan next Sunday.