NAPOLI NEWS

Gonzalo Higuain took his tally to 29 goals in 30 Serie A games as Napoli fought back from an early Genoa goal to win 3-1.
Napoli need a victory to keep up the pressure on leaders Juventus and host Genoa with Leonardo Pavoletti.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s EIGHT Serie A games, including the Turin Derby, Napoli-Genoa and Milan-Lazio.
Gian Piero Gasperini notes Napoli “have weaknesses and Genoa must try to make the most of our own strengths.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis reveals why he picked Maurizio Sarri and he’ll sell Gonzalo Higuain “for €95m.”
Jorginho and Federico Bernardeschi get their first senior Italy call, while Lorenzo Insigne and Thiago Motta return for friendlies against Spain and Germany.
Maurizio Sarri reassured fans on Gonzalo Higuain’s ankle, but warned Genoa can make life very difficult for Napoli.
Cristian Ansaldi is out of Genoa’s trip to Napoli after being rushed to hospital with appendicitis.
Jorginho’s agent says the Napoli midfielder’s call-up to the Italy squad “is not yet official”.
Andrea Pirlo believes the Derby della Mole will “restore Juventus’ energy”, and laments “unfortunate” Serie A teams in Europe.
Antonio Conte calls his Italy squad to face Germany and Spain today, which should include Jorginho, Thiago Motta and Lorenzo Insigne.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho has “so much motivation” for the Scudetto, but admires Juventus’ ability to grind out wins.
Napoli will reportedly meet with Coach Maurizio Sarri on Monday to discuss a contract renewal.
Pepe Reina explains the differences between Juventus and Napoli: 'Fate is in their hands'.
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina says he wants to retire at Napoli, but only after winning the Scudetto.
This is officially the worst European campaign for Italian clubs in 15 years and proves disastrous for the co-efficient.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik is still targeting the Scudetto - “the dream is possible”.
Talks will begin today for Maurizio Sarri’s contract renewal at Napoli, according to reports.
Gonzalo Higuain sustained a knock to the ankle in training today, but shouldn’t be in doubt for Napoli v Genoa.
Juan Jesus admits it will be “tough” for Inter to finish third, but “we’ll do everything”.