NAPOLI NEWS

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini believes Roma are in better shape than Inter or Napoli at the moment.
Jose Sosa’s agent admits he had to go to “war with Besiktas” to take his client to Milan.
Carlos Bacca’s agent confirms “Napoli were interested” but “he’s happy to stay at Milan”.
Napoli are once again targeting Simone Zaza, but it seems he will head off to West Ham or Southampton.
Napoli are now in pole to sign Martin Caceres as a free agent, offering the player a three-year contract.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri is considering deploying Dries Mertens as a direct replacement for Gonzalo Higuain, playing as a false nine.
Torino may be coming round to the idea of selling Nikola Maksimovic to Napoli, but progress is slow.
Marko Rog is expected to have his Napoli medical on Thursday, ahead of a €15m move from Dinamo Zagreb.
Everton have made a €30m bid for Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini, according to reports.
It’s reported Torino would accept a bid from Napoli for Nikola Maksimovic of €20m plus Mirko Valdifiori.
Chelsea reportedly refuse to raise their offer for Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly, and could turn to Nikola Maksimovic of Torino.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik “can’t understand” why his side weren’t awarded a penalty in the draw with Pescara.
Amadou Diawara's transfer remains wrapped in uncertainty as Napoli cancelled his medicals and booked them elsewhere.
Napoli officially denied that Maurizio Sarri not talking after the game against Pescara was due to an all-out Press silence.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani respects Gonzalo Higuain's choice to go to Juventus, but 'I would never have done that'.
Dries Mertens' spectacular condition of form could push a faded Lorenzo Insigne towards the Napoli bench.
Marek Hamsik felt Napoli should treasure the point earned at Pescara after a comeback, as it was down to “character.”
Pescara goalkeeper Albano Bizzarri explained precisely what happened with that revoked penalty decision against Napoli.
Massimo Oddo concedes the draw was deserved after a 2-2 with Napoli, but Pescara “start well and we can only improve.”
Dries Mertens came off the bench and completed a great comeback, albeit amid controversy, as Napoli clawed a 2-2 at Pescara.