NAPOLI NEWS

Trabzonspor are eager to get Omar El Kaddouri, but so far Napoli have turned down a €3m offer.
Chelsea were turned down for Kalidou Koulibaly and Nikola Maksimovic, so turn to Lazio defender Stefan de Vrij.
Juventus visit Lazio this evening before the huge Napoli v Milan showdown, then on Sunday Inter host Palermo, Roma go to Cagliari and more.
Torino President Urbano Cairo confirmed “Nikola Maksimovic can leave” as Napoli reportedly raise their offer to €26m plus bonuses.
Fiorentina are reportedly refusing to sell Nikola Kalinic, which in turn blocks Manolo Gabbiadini’s move to Everton.
Jonathan De Guzman has officially joined Chievo on loan with option to buy from Napoli.
Napoli have signed midfielder Amadou Diawara from Bologna, announced President Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Manolo Gabbiadini is in the Napoli squad to face Milan despite negotiations for a transfer to Everton.
Maurizio Sarri promised Napoli fans they “will see a very different approach” against Milan after their 2-2 thriller at Pescara.
Everton have presented their first offer to Napoli for Manolo Gabbiadini, but it’s €22.5m compared to the €30m asking price.
Gianluca Lapadula could make his official Milan debut this weekend, as he’s in the squad to face Napoli.
Espanyol have officially announced the signing of Napoli midfielder David Lopez.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella admits “we’re facing a Scudetto contender” ahead of the Napoli game.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri won’t be drawn on Paris Saint-Germain’s Blaise Matuidi - “I don’t talk about players from other teams”.
Reports claim Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent is flying to England, as Napoli look for a deal with Everton.
Dynamo Kiev Coach Serhiy Rebrov says drawing Napoli in the Champions League is “good enough for us”.
The dates of Juventus and Napoli’s Champions League fixtures have been officially announced by UEFA.
Juventus and Napoli learned their Champions League opponents, with both receiving favourable groups.
Paolo Valeri will take charge of Napoli-Milan, as the referees are announced for Week 2 of Serie A.
Carlo Ancelotti agrees Serie A is between Juventus, Roma and Napoli, but he's following Sassuolo.