Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne is gaining international recognition as Marca points to him as a 'revelation in full splendour'.
Giorgio Chiellini will skip the game against Napoli and Bayern Munich as Juventus officially confirm a 20 day recovery period.s
Juventus Coach Max Allegri considers a formation switch or replacement players as he faces Napoli without Giorgio Chiellini.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent says he’s ‘living in a fairy tale’ and is ‘dreaming of winning the Scudetto for his city’.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira has been working through the night to be fit for Saturday’s Napoli clash, say reports.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon says the current side ‘possess more character than any other Juve team I’ve played in.”
Inter forward Eder says ‘everything is in our hands’ but the trip to Fiorentina ‘won’t be decisive’.
Zdenek Zeman predicts Napoli will beat Juventus “because they play my football, with my mentality”.
Marcello Lippi says Juventus-Napoli “won’t be decisive” but “a win would mean more for the Neapolitans”.
Eder says Inter “still believe” in the Scudetto, and insists they “did well” in the draw with Verona.
Former Coach Gigi Simoni says Napoli “must always be positive, whatever happens” to win the Scudetto.
Hull City’s Abel Hernandez wants to end his career at Palermo, and would return to Italy now for “Juventus, Napoli or Inter”.
Cesare Prandelli believes Napoli would have have a “serious claim on the Scudetto” if they beat Juventus.
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent says his client has “admirers”, and thanks Napoli fans for their solidarity.
Marek Hamsik expects a “beautiful evening” when Juventus and Napoli meet in Turin on Saturday.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says Juventus-Napoli can “represent Italy” and generate foreign interest.
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World Cup final referee Nicola Rizzoli says ‘the referee of Juventus-Napoli has been preparing for some time.’
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti says Juventus’ clash with Napoli on Saturday will be ‘the highest expression of our football’.
Adriano Galliani thinks ‘Milan can reach the Champions League’ but says drawing with Udinese was ‘a shame’.