TORINO NEWS

A full-house will see Juventus presented the Serie A trophy, as the closure of the Curva Sud has again been suspended.
Swiss international Blerim Dzemaili could return to Torino just a year after leaving Napoli for Galatasaray.
Milan midfielder Marco van Ginkel believes they can beat Torino, and wants to repay the support of the fans.
Torino midfielder Alexander Farnerud will be out of action for around six months after knee surgery.
The FIGC has released its list of clubs which have been granted a UEFA licence, with Genoa not among the names.
Torino defender Kamil Glik says he’s had ‘no offers’ to leave the club, despite reported interest from Manchester United.
Juventus have made an enquiry about Torino’s Matteo Darmian, according to the latest reports.
Torino full-back Matteo Darmian believes he has improved this season thanks to facing more top level opposition.
Rolando Maran felt it “was not the usual Chievo” who were beaten 2-0 by Torino today.
Giampiero Ventura said Maxi Lopez “must decide if he wants to be a protagonist” at Torino after today’s brace.
Genoa crushed Atalanta 4-1, but Cagliari are relegated anyway after losing to Palermo, while Maxi Lopez revived Torino and Verona saw off Empoli.
Follow all the action as it happens from Sunday afternoon in Serie A with Torino-Chievo, Cagliari-Palermo, Atalanta-Genoa and Verona-Empoli.
Juventus-Napoli is among the Serie A Week 37 fixtures moved, while Lazio-Roma could switch to next Monday.
Torino striker Fabio Quagliarella will miss the rest of the season with a thigh injury, the club has confirmed.
Torino are reportedly considering a move to bring back winger Alessio Cerci but it could be dependent on Coach Giampiero Ventura’s future.
Everton have set their sights on Cesena striker Gregoire Defrel, but he’s also tracked by Fiorentina, Palermo and Torino.
Giampiero Ventura blames a long season for the late collapse which saw his Torino side lose 5-1 to Genoa.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits his side ‘had to win’ against Torino, and says they’ll ‘play to the end’ for the Europa League.
Genoa striker Tino Costa says his side’s 5-1 mauling of Torino means they can ‘continue to believe in the Europa League’.
Genoa thrashed Torino 5-1 at Marassi, to move within a point of Sampdoria in sixth.