Early reports suggest Paulo Dybala will be out for 10-15 days, missing big Juventus games against Napoli and Lyon.
Raul Albiol is again out of Napoli’s trip to Crotone and Coach Maurizio Sarri isn’t talking to the media.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola is “very excited” to see the home fans finally get their Serie A debut against Napoli tomorrow.
Atalanta sensation Franck Kessié models himself on Yaya Toure and described being watched by big clubs including Inter, Manchester United, Chelsea, Napoli, Manchester City and Juventus.
Lorenzo Insigne was in tears on the Napoli bench this week and his entourage is reportedly pushing him towards Liverpool.
All eyes on San Siro this evening as second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus, but before then it’s the Genoa Derby, while tomorrow Napoli are in Crotone, Atalanta-Inter and Roma-Palermo.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s struggles at Napoli could prompt Everton to renew their offer in January, according to Italian reports.
Wojciech Szczesny confirms Roma’s objective this season is “to fight for the Scudetto with Juventus”.
There will be no Napoli fans in Turin for the clash with Juventus next weekend, it has been confirmed.
Manolo Gabbiadini insists he is not feeling the “pressure” at Napoli, despite his continued lack of appearances for the club.
Marek Hamsik says Napoli “left our souls on the pitch” against Besiktas, but apologises to fans for the defeat.
Elseid Hysaj's agent hits back at Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri - “Hysaj doesn’t have any mentality problem”.
General manager Giuseppe Marotta insists Juventus would have signed Gonzalo Higuain even without Paul Pogba’s departure.
Amadou Diawara is “happy to have made my debut” for Napoli, but disappointed by the defeat to Besiktas.
Pepe Reina accepted the blame for the second Besiktas goal, but urged Napoli fans not to jeer their own team after a 3-2 home defeat.
Maurizio Sarri admits individual errors cost Napoli against Besiktas. “We’re too preoccupied and feel the pressure.”
Besiktas Coach Senol Gunes described modifying his tactics to get the better of Napoli and was angry with the referee.
Dries Mertens insists Napoli were “just unlucky” in the 3-2 defeat to Besiktas. “They had three shots and scored all of them.”
Napoli paid the price for defensive howlers, terrible finishing and a saved Lorenzo Insigne penalty in a 3-2 home defeat to Besiktas.
Emanuele Giaccherini believes Besiktas represent “the perfect match” to cancel out Napoli disappointment.