NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli were offered Monaco’s Joao Moutinho but decided against tabling a bid, say reports.
Everton’s Romelu Lukaku and Fiorentina’s Nikola Kalinic are being lined up by Napoli in case Gonzalo Higuain moves to PSG, say reports.
Sassuolo right-back Sime Vrsaljko is reportedly close to joining Napoli for €15m plus bonuses.
Napoli’s chief medic explains the key to their lack of injuries. “I’d rather players were chubby and happy than skinny and sad.”
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent “cannot say with certainty” if he will remain with Napoli next season.
French reports say Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain’s agent was in Paris last week for talks with PSG.
Walter Mazzarri’s agent explains he “will bring his methodology to English football” with Watford.
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Watford have officially appointed Walter Mazzarri as their new Coach on a three-year contract.
Gonzalo Higuain, Lucas Biglia and Facundo Roncaglia are in the Argentina squad for the Copa America, but not Paulo Dybala.
Walter Mazzarri’s agent confirmed a three-year Watford contract. “He chose the quality of the project.”
Lorenzo Tonelli would “carry the water bottles” to have a “one per cent chance” of going to Euro 2016 with Italy.
Raul Albiol’s brother says the defender “is only thinking about doing well for Napoli” despite Valencia links.
Marek Hamsik professes unconditional love for Napoli: 'This is my city, it's probably going to be my last'.
Valencia have reportedly made a €7m offer for Napoli defender Raul Albiol.
Napoli are back in the fray for Ajax's Davy Klaasseen, and may seduce him with direct access to the Champions League.
Chelsea reportedly saw their offer for Kalidou Koulibaly rejected, so turn to Roma defender Kostas Manolas.
Ciro Immobile admits he’d “appreciate” a move to hometown club Napoli, as Torino haven’t activated their option.
Vincenzo Montella committed himself to Sampdoria and insists there were “never talks” with Napoli, but the Italy job “is a dream.”
The FIGC has officially opened an investigation into Mirko Gori’s red card during Napoli-Frosinone.