Want to update yourself with the latest happenings in the soccer world in Italy? Here are some latest headlines.
Italy’s Sports Minister thinks Ronaldo broke health protocol
The very famous Cristiano Ronaldo was in a soup last week when he tested positive for COVID-19 in Portugal. This news was given by Italy’s sports minister who felt that he might have broken some health rules and hence acquired the virus.
Italy’s Serie A picks CVC-led group for exclusive talks on media unit
As per sources, the Italy’s Serie A soccer clubs have agreed to get into detailed discussions with a private equity fund team led by CVC to discuss the sale of a stake in the media business. This information was revealed by a source close to the matter on Tuesday.
Ibrahimovic Shrugs off Positive COVID-19 Test
Ac Milan’s talismanic forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic also tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. But to the utter dismay and surprise of fans and the health team, he shrugged off any fears in his typical style, saying the virus did not make a good decision by challenging the sports star.
Three Private Equity Groups Await Serie A decision over ‘historic’ deal: Sources
Final bids have been submitted to three private equity groups to Italy’s top-flight soccer league. They are awaiting a final decision over a deal that would easily shake up the country’s soccer industry.
Soccer: U.S Billionaire Friedkin signs deal to buy Italy’s AS Roma
Dan Friedkin has recently signed a deal that is worth more than $700 million in order to purchase the Italian Serie A soccer club AS Roma. He is a US billionaire and this information was revealed by the club on Thursday.
Roma Coach struggles to Imagine Football without Hugs
The impact of the Corona Virus cannot be ignored in small gestures that the football league was used to. AS Roma coach Paulo Fonseca recently commented that he is definitely going to miss Serie A’s good hugs and such other physical gestures once the match re-starts. This comment was made keeping the importance of social distancing in mind.
Serie A Clubs want to re-start on June 13, once government allows
Italy’s Serie A clubs voted in favour of re-starting the tournament on June 13, only if the government gives permission. This revelation was made during a general assembly on Wednesday.
Napoli apologizes to a young fan, saying sorry we made you cry
The captain of Napoli, Lorenzo Insigne recently apologized to a nine-year old fan after their team performed badly in a 2-0 home defeat against Fiorentina on Saturday. Seeing the team’s performance the boy had burst into tears.
Factbox: Ownership of Leading European Soccer Clubs
U.S billionaire Daniel Friedkin led a group that is responsible to make talks to buy AS Roma. The Italian soccer fan club said that they still have not agreed upon a final deal.
These were some of the main snippets from the latest Soccer News Italy.