TORINO NEWS

Torino President Urbano Cairo has refused to discuss match officials following his side’s defeat to Napoli last night.
Roma and Torino reportedly risk punishment from the authorities for discriminatory chants heard over during Week 28’s fixtures.
Rafa Benitez refused to discuss the controversial incident that decided Napoli’s victory at Torino.
Giampiero Ventura was “embarrassed” by the officiating and “shocking injustice” as Torino lost to Napoli.
Gonzalo Higuain admits “there was contact” with Kamil Glik, but denies fouling the Torino defender in Napoli’s 1-0 win.
Torino hit the woodwork twice and forced several tough saves, but Napoli won at the last minute with Gonzalo Higuain.
Napoli want to keep their Serie A momentum going to chase down Roma in second, but Torino make shock changes.
Blerim Dzemaili is reportedly in line to take Marek Hamsik’s place in the Napoli team tonight, and for a new contract.
Giandomenico Mesto is back in the Napoli squad almost five months after knee surgery to face Torino.
Calciomercato.com are reporting that Milan are eyeing up a potential summer transfer swoop for Alessio Cerci.
Tuttosport are reporting that a deal has been reached for Omar El Kaddouri to move to Torino permanently from Napoli.
10 players have received one match bans after Week 27 of Serie A action, including Mattia De Sciglio.
Torino defender Matteo Darmian is convinced that his side will recover from their recent slump in form.
Walter Mazzarri wanted more Inter determination and Giampiero Ventura saw too much Torino anxiety.
Walter Mazzarri was still not satisfied with Inter’s performance, as they ‘only’ beat Torino 1-0.
Inter and Torino both have to reshuffle their squads in an unexpected battle for European qualification.
Inter welcome back Hernanes, but face Torino without Ricky Alvarez, Juan Jesus or Walter Samuel.
Walter Mazzarri is concerned as Inter take on Torino with a revamped defence, but welcomes back Hernanes.
Inter midfielder Hernanes says is very happy with the decision he made to join the club, a month after moving to San Siro.
Torino forward Alessio Cerci says he is around 50 per cent sure he will still be at Stadio Olimpico next season.