Inter could reportedly offer Andrea Ranocchia to Napoli in January as part of a deal to bring in Dries Mertens in the summer.
Geoffrey Kondogbia is out of the Inter squad travelling to Napoli on Monday evening.
Roberto Mancini won’t confirm or deny whether Mauro Icardi will be dropped when Inter visit Napoli in a Scudetto showdown.
Maurizio Sarri assured Napoli “will never change our attitude” for Inter but “did not like” Felipe Melo’s comments.
Ottavio Bianchi was in charge of both Inter and Napoli, but is cheering on Maurizio Sarri’s men tomorrow. “They are the best.”
Cesare Prandelli is confident if Inter win the Scudetto, “nobody will remember” dull football and slender 1-0 wins.
Faouzi Ghoulam thanked Maurizio Sarri for “fixing” Napoli’s leaky defence and warns they must be patient against Inter.
Inter defender Juan Jesus credits Coach Roberto Mancini with their success. “Results prove we worked well pre-season.”
Lorenzo Insigne jokes Felipe Melo can’t beat Gonzalo Higuain up in Napoli-Inter. “He’d have to catch him first!”
Gonzalo Higuain admits “anyone who says Napoli don’t dream of the Scudetto is lying. Maurizio Sarri changed me.”
PSG star Ezequiel Lavezzi admits he wants a return to Serie A. “I miss the intensity of Italian football, it makes you feel alive.”
Inter captain Mauro Icardi says the Scudetto “won’t be decided against Napoli”, and will go down to the wire.
Inter have confirmed Geoffrey Kondogbia has a thigh strain, making him a doubt to face Napoli.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic doesn’t believe Monday’s Napoli game will be decisive - “we’ve only had a third of the campaign”.
Stevan Jovetic praises Inter’s “hunger” and “of course” they can win the Scudetto this season.
Felipe Melo assures Inter are “giving 110 per cent to win the Scudetto” and discusses his bad-boy reputation.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini tips Juventus for the Scudetto ahead of their visit to Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Marek Hamsik admits “I honestly didn’t expect Napoli to be this successful” after 13 wins in 15 games.
Maurizio Sarri saw “another step forward” after Napoli beat Club Brugge and “avoided a collapse in motivation.”
Italy have closed again on England in the UEFA rankings thanks to this week’s results, above all Juventus beating Manchester City.