NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli, Inter and Milan are all reportedly interested in Lyon's Corentin Tolisso, but Juventus are leading the chase.
Lorenzo Insigne’s Napoli renewal is expected to be announced on either Saturday or Monday.
Reports are growing of Napoli interest in Wojciech Szczesny, but Alex Meret and Mattia Perin are alternatives.
Napoli are renewing their interest in Udinese’s Swiss international full-back Silvan Widmer, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Jorginho’s agent says “I would take him to Barcelona” but “he’s very happy at Napoli and has no problems”.
Andrea Conti has been in discussions with Napoli “for a year, but he also has interest from the Premier League,” said the Atalanta man’s agent.
Roma, Juventus, Napoli, Arsenal, Manchester City and Atletico Madrid are all in the running for Southampton winger Dusan Tadic.
Napoli are reportedly considering Wojciech Szczesny as a challenger to Pepe Reina next season.
Mario Rui’s agent confirms Napoli would be “a leading choice” if Roma don’t want to keep him.
Amadou Diawara’s agents says it would be “a dream” for the Napoli midfielder to represent Italy.
Alessandro Nesta hails Napoli's aesthetically pleasing style of play, but insists that Juventus are 'more effective'.
Napoli are reportedly interested in Udinese’s Samir, as Faouzi Ghoulam is likely to leave in the summer.
The Easter Weekend meant there was a bumper day of Serie A football on Saturday, and Week 32 may well come to be remembered as a crucial day.
With Roma only drawing, Napoli’s win over Udinese brings them within two points of second place, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 32.
Aurelio De Laurentiis insists Napoli are “getting closer to the Scudetto, one step at a time,” and now target Roma in second place.
Marek Hamsik can’t wait to beat Diego Maradona’s record and believes Napoli “play the most beautiful football in Europe.”
Dries Mertens is reportedly closer to a contract renewal with Napoli, but it would include a relatively low release clause.
Maurizio Sarri saw an increased maturity and patience from Napoli as they picked Udinese apart 3-0, but warned Roma remain in front.
Gigi Del Neri rued an “error of positioning” that allowed Napoli to break through against a well-drilled Udinese.
Jose Callejon thanked the Napoli fans for “making me feel at home” and is confident they can catch Roma in second place.