TORINO NEWS

Alessio Cerci has categorically denied posting a tweet announcing that he is set for a move to Atletico Madrid.
Matteo Darmian is desperate to see Alessio Cerci stay at Torino, but admits that the winger could play for any team in Europe.
There are reports Atletico Madrid and Torino have agreed a €20m transfer fee for Alessio Cerci.
Torino and Juventus continue to press Milan for Colombian international defender Cristian Zapata.
Milan and Inter remain in the background, but AS is confident Atletico Madrid lead for Torino’s Alessio Cerci.
Newcastle United reportedly offered €10m for Palermo and Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez, also a Torino target.
Scottish referee Steven McLean will officiate the Europa League play-off RNK Split-Torino.
Torino are bracing themselves for a bid from Atletico Madrid for Alessio Cerci, it has been claimed this morning.
Inter and Torino Europa League play-off fixtures have been confirmed, starting August 20 and 21.
It has been announced that Inter’s Europa League play-off first leg with Stjarnan will now be played on Wednesday August 20.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has praised the ‘togetherness’ shown by the different Italian Leagues when voting in Carlo Tavecchio as FIGC President.
Urbano Cairo says he ‘won’t clip Alessio Cerci’s wings’, and that the next 10-15 days are decisive for Milan target’s future at Torino.
Fiorentina are reportedly working to bring in another midfielder this week and may shift from Sami Khedira to Jasmin Kurtic.
Carlo Tavecchio’s FIGC election seems inevitable and he urged everyone to “work together to reform Italian football.”
Milan have not given up on Alessio Cerci, hoping to sign him from Torino on a paid loan with option to buy.
Cesena have back-tracked on their FIGC election pledge and given their support back to Carlo Tavecchio.
The FIGC election controversy continues as Urbano Cairo of Torino accused Claudio Lotito of “tutoring” Carlo Tavecchio.
Lazio chief Claudio Lotito is confident Carlo Tavecchio will be elected FIGC President on Monday despite a racism row.
Torino have officially signed Juan Manuel Sanchez Mino from Boca Juniors for a reported €3.2m.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi slammed those “trying to change the rules two days” before the FIGC election.