TORINO NEWS

Following the early Easter round, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from an exciting Week 29.
Atalanta's Edy Reja has owned up to his mistakes after the 2-1 defeat to Torino, and said a victory is now “imperative.”
Giampiero Ventura believes Torino are “better than last season” after seeing off Atalanta to stay in the European race.
Inter were pegged back by bottom club Parma and Lazio won their seventh in a row at Cagliari, but Cesena fought back from 3-0 down to hold Verona 3-3.
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Edy Reja urged Atalanta to be “more aggressive” against Torino as they try to break clear of the drop zone.
The agent of Torino full-back Bruno Peres says talks were held with Roma, but the Granata want at least €13m.
Matteo Darmian felt Italy had the right attitude against England “to trouble anyone.”
Torino wing-back Gaston Silva will be out for a month after suffering a thigh strain.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura has caught the eye of the Polish Federation, who could offer him their bench.
Inter will send several players to Torino to secure the signature of Matteo Darmian, according to reports.
Matteo Darmian says he’s not thinking about his future, despite being linked with a move away from Torino.
Italy continued experimenting in training ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria.
Torino’s match with Empoli on May 4 has been pushed back a day, as it falls on the anniversary of the Superga tragedy.
UEFA's Gianni Infantino has explained the improbable circumstances that would allow a seventh-placed Italian team to reach Europe.
Following a two-day weekend, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 28.
Eder stunned Inter for Sampdoria to leapfrog Napoli, who were held by 10-man Atalanta, while Fiorentina stalled and Roma held off Lazio’s challenge.
It’s a huge Serie A Sunday night with Sampdoria-Inter, Cesena-Roma, Lazio-Verona, Napoli-Atalanta and more.
Torino are without Alexander Farnerud for two weeks, while Giuseppe Vives also misses the trip to Parma.
Roberto Donadoni is “disgusted” by Parma’s bankruptcy and wants previous Presidents to join Giampietro Manenti in prison.