TORINO NEWS

Roma will be without Diego Perotti for at least the next two games with Torino and Atalanta due to a muscular problem.
Torino Coach Walter Mazzarri admits they have only themselves to blame for a 2-0 Coppa Italia defeat to Fiorentina.
Stefano Pioli felt Fiorentina “held out under pressure when we needed to and struck at the right time” in a 2-0 Coppa Italia win at Torino.
Federico Chiesa struck twice in the final minutes to send Fiorentina through to the Coppa Italia quarter-final, as Torino were too wasteful.
Fiorentina give Luis Muriel his debut from the start, dropping Giovanni Simeone, in the Coppa Italia showdown with Torino.
Roma have reportedly chosen Torino hitman Andrea Belotti as the ideal heir for Edin Dzeko, available for €50m in the summer.
Multiple reports claim Davide Zappacosta agreed terms with Lazio, but Chelsea won’t release him on loan with option to buy.
Fiorentina Coach Stefano Pioli will use “the best line-up to win” the Coppa Italia clash with Torino, which could include Luis Muriel.
Roberto Pereyra’s agent confesses Torino and Chelsea both ‘like’ the Watford midfielder but ‘almost categorically’ rules out a January transfer.
Juventus are reportedly planning to increase revenue even more by signing a shirt sleeve sponsorship deal.
Torino are resisting multiple offers for midfielder Soualiho Meité, including from Tottenham Hotspur and Roma.
A survey of Serie A Coaches found that only one – Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini – thought Juventus wouldn’t win the Scudetto.
Torino forward Iago Falque is confident they can get good results in Serie A and the Coppa Italia against Roma, Inter and Fiorentina.
Roberto Pereyra is reported to be ‘enthusiastic’ about quitting Watford for a reunion with Walter Mazzarri at Torino.
Genoa have practically agreed terms with Monaco to bring in Antonio Barreca, on loan with option to buy for around €10m, it’s reported.
Torino have officially confirmed that Roberto Soriano’s loan has been terminated, so he’s free to head to Bologna.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has set his sights on Torino defender Nicolas N’Koulou, according to reports in Italy.
Former referee Luca Marelli claims the ‘voluntary’ part of rules on handball will be scrapped in the next IFAB meeting in March.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has been fined €10,000 for insulting the referee, but the club avoids punishment for racist chants.
Bologna have reportedly struck a sensational double deal with Villarreal for both Roberto Soriano – via Torino – and Nicola Sansone.