TORINO NEWS

Iago Falque says he is confident of signing a new contract with Torino and ‘winning things’ at the club.
Torino have reportedly agreed a new contract with Iago Falque until June 2022.
SPAL President Francesco Colombarini warns Italy international Manuel Lazzari “will cost €20m, but he won’t move in January.”
Torino are hoping to take advantage of Monaco’s current crisis to bring former captain Kamil Glik back to Italy.
SPAL confirm they have “been contacted by many clubs for Manuel Lazzari, but so far that doesn’t include Roma.”
Italy CT Roberto Mancini says Stephan El Shaarawy will be recalled ‘if he keeps doing well’ and that Andrea Belotti ‘can do much more’.
Marco Giampaolo demands Sampdoria “maintain our own identity” against Roma and has harsh words for Jakub Jankto.
Join us for the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, Torino v Parma, SPAL v Cagliari and second-place Napoli visiting Genoa.
Walter Mazzarri concedes Torino “looked a different team” in their defeat to Parma compared to last week’s 4-1 victory at Sampdoria.
Parma Coach Roberto D’Aversa assures they didn’t “just defend and counter” after a surprise 2-1 victory away to Torino, but having Gervinho back helped.
Gervinho’s solo run and a Roberto Inglese strike gave Parma a surprise victory away to Torino, ending the Granata’s six-match unbeaten run.
Torino use Roberto Soriano and Iago Falque supporting Andrea Belotti, but Parma start Roberto Inglese, Gervinho and Jonathan Biabiany.
Parma face a tricky trip to Torino this afternoon and Coach Roberto D’Aversa expects “a very physical battle” with Roberto Inglese back.
Torino Coach Walter Mazzarri tells his players to face Parma “without resting on our laurels” and calls Gervinho “a champion”.
Paolo Mazzoleni has been announced as the referee for Sunday night’s Juventus-Milan game at San Siro.
Italy are being tipped to call up Inter winger Matteo Politano and Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali for the upcoming international break.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero declares Torino “seemed to be playing rugby and not football” in yesterday’s game.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti insists “no-one ever talked about European dreams” after the weekend thrashing by Torino.
Walter Mazzarri warned Torino they’ve “done nothing yet” after a 4-1 win away to Sampdoria and called Salvatore Sirigu “the best Italian goalkeeper.”
Join us for the build-up and action from today’s six Serie A games, including Lazio-SPAL, Parma-Frosinone, Sampdoria-Torino and Udinese-Milan.