NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli can consolidate their Scudetto credentials, but face a Frosinone side adept at causing surprises. It kicks off at 14.00 GMT, follow the...
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero expects a victory against Juventus, wants to trade with Inter and praises Antonio Cassano.
Follow the action as it happens from all seven Serie A games, including Inter-Sassuolo, Frosinone-Napoli and Sampdoria-Juventus.
Roberto Stellone is impressed by Napoli, but assures “nothing is impossible” for Frosinone.
Ciro Immobile could be heading back to Serie A for Torino, Napoli, Sampdoria or Sassuolo after Sevilla dropped him.
Napoli named their squad for the trip to Frosinone, including returning Jorginho.
Napoli reportedly rejected a €25m (£18.8m) Newcastle United offer for Kalidou Koulibaly this morning.
Maurizio Sarri warned Napoli “if we don’t understand the dangers of Frosinone, then we’ll run into huge problems.”
Napoli offer €15m for either Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Christoph Kramer or Porto’s Hector Herrera.
It’s reported Newcastle United saw a €17m (£12.8m) offer for Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini turned down.
Sporting director Cristiano Giaretta warns Udinese have “no intention” of selling Silvan Widmer in January.
Full-back Ivan Strinic insists joining Napoli was “the best move for my career”, despite a lack of playing time.
Roberto Soriano says it’s “nice to be appreciated” but “there’s only Sampdoria in my thoughts”.
Napoli and Torino have reportedly agreed on the terms for the loan of defender Nikola Maksimovic.
Lazio are counting on their good terms with Udinese to secure Silvan Widmer, targeted also by Juventus, Inter, Fiorentina and Napoli.
Napoli have offered €2m to take Nikola Maksimovic on loan with a €16m clause, but Torino want €25m.
Napoli offer €15m for World Cup winner Christoph Kramer from Bayer Leverkusen.
Frosinone President Maurizio Stirpe “switched off the Napoli game because they were too scary!”
Daniele Rugani’s agent slammed Juventus for snubbing the defender. “The whole football world expected him to play.”
Torino striker Fabio Quagliarella insists he was “not apologising” to Napoli fans for his goal. “I wanted an end to hostility.”