Catania is still waiting to receive an attractive offer for striker Maxi Lopez, according to club director Pietro Lo Monaco.
The Argentine has been heavily linked with a move to Milan, who could move for the ex-Barcelona man should the potential Carlos Tevez deal fall through.
Lo Monaco told SportItalia he is waiting for interested parties to step forward: “I am waiting for a tangible offer, a squad that is really interested and can a...More
After seeing the likes of Alberto Gilardino and Marco Borriello already seal their moves to Genoa and Juventus respectively, three more strikers seem to be on the brink of a transfer in the January window.
Maxi Lopez, who has been linked with a move to AC Milan, Lazio and Fiorentina, has been subject to a €12m bid from English Premier League side Fulham. Catania Sporting Director Pietro Lo Monaco stated that "an offer has been received...More
Pablo Ledesma is only thinking about the present at Catania and not gazing ahead towards June and any transfer speculation with his contract winding down.
The Argentine midfielder’s contract is set to expire in June 2012, meaning he will be free to speak to clubs in January.
Ledesma, 27, has been linked with a move back to Boca Juniors, the club he represented from 2003-2008 and from where he landed at Catania.
He told Buenos Aires r...More
Milan are reported to have shown a keen in interest in Catania striker Maxi Lopez over the past few weeks and Argentinian appears ready for the move to the Italian giants but does not want to rush into a decision.
Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Lopez said: "I can only be grateful if a club that has such an important history as AC Milan, with all their star players, is thinking about me."
The striker wants to take things slowly and ...More
Catania face Napoli on Saturday but it is not just the action on the pitch that is exciting Giuseppe Buonanno the Sicilian clubs sporting director.
Speaking to radio station Marte Sport Live, Buonanno was keen to point out the model for success that the Neapolitan club appear to have found and how he would look to emulate it. “To get a result against Napoli would mean a lot to the club. We will deal with them with the upmost respect. ...More
Ninth in the table, four draws, 10 points from seven games and a slightly negative goal difference all indicate a middle-of-the-road start to the season for Catania. However, the Serie A table does not really show the full picture of the Rossazzurri’s campaign so far. Moreover, the position has led to a mood of optimism sweeping the city. While the team may not have got into full flight yet under Coach Vincenzo Montella, his squad have ...More
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