Fiorentina lost Juan Cuadrado to Chelsea as the winger moved to London on the transfer deadline day for a deal worth around £23million.
Losing Cuadrado is a blow to the Viola’s push for a top-three finish in Serie A, however, they have struck another deal with Chelsea, signing winger Mohammed Salah on an 18-month loan contract.
As the deal looks like an exchange between the two clubs, the arrival of Egyptian Salah may soften the ...More
Italian international Giuseppe Rossi is just weeks away from his Fiorentina debut after the striker completed his first few days of training in Florence without a hiccup.
Rossi has been out of action since tearing his anterior cruciate ligament while playing for Villarreal in October 2011 and a series of setbacks has led to an 18-month spell on the sidelines.
His reputation nevertheless goes before him and despite being injured for ...More
The saying goes that good things don’t last forever, and so it proved for Fiorentina’s sporting director Pantaleo Corvino, who has seen his crown slip in Firenze to the point where the club have announced his departure at the end of the season. But where did it go so wrong for the transfer guru?
In football, one game can often change a whole season or even an era. Heading into Saturday’s game with bitter rivals Juventus, Fiorentina h...More
Amauri appears certain to sign for Fiorentina today, according to Sky Sport.
The out-of-favour Juventus striker is not part of Antonio Conte’s plans and has not featured all season. His contract is set to expire at the end of the season.
Fiorentina began the January transfer window by selling Alberto Gilardino to Genoa and Santiago Silva to Boca Juniors and are in need of a striker.
Juve will receive a nominal fee for the Italo-Brazi...More
Delio Rossi’s arrival as Fiorentina Coach in November was heralded as a fresh start for the Florence club, but did Sunday’s 3-0 win at Novara represent the start of a revival, or did it paper over the cracks of a club in turmoil?
As Delio Rossi strode across the Artemio Franchi pitch for his first game in charge against AC Milan, a banner could be clearly seen in the Curva Fiesole behind him. It simply read ‘Deli(ri)o Rossi’. Althoug...More
Fiorentina Coach Delio Rossi has hailed his teams 3-0 thumping of Novara at the Stadio Silvio Piola on Sunday afternoon.
It was Fiorentina's first away win of the campaign, but Rossi has insisted his players need to find consistency if they are to move forward:
"I think these lads need to show some continuity, and in particular they mustn't get carried away with what they have done, if you settle for what you have, i think that can l...More
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