NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly was ‘disappointed’ not to play in the Europa League against Wolfsburg, his agent reveals.
Lazio will be without Danilo Cataldi for one match, as the Lega Serie A confirms his suspension.
It’s reported that Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez has rejected a contract renewal, as he’s waiting for Manchester City.
Wolfsburg are sweating over the fitness of Kevin De Bruyne for the second leg of their Europa League clash with Napoli.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent says the forward wants to score for Napoli in the Champions League next season.
Gokhan Inler’s agent denies that he’s talked to Fiorentina about a transfer for the Napoli midfielder.
Zdenek Zeman warned Cagliari fans their protests “make things more difficult” after a 3-0 defeat to Napoli.
Napoli put themselves back in contention for a top three finish and pushed Cagliari towards relegation, though Christian Maggio saw red.
Napoli target a return to the top three, but also rotate the squad for this trip to increasingly troubled Cagliari.
Napoli aim to get back into the Champions League race and visit a Cagliari side shaken by an ultras attack.
Zdenek Zeman said Cagliari will “give Napoli a run for their money,” whilst insisting that relegation is not inevitable.
The authorities announced they have identified and banned four Roma fans responsible for offensive banners against Napoli.
Napoli miss Jonathan de Guzman, Juan Camilo Zuniga and David Lopez for the trip to Cagliari.
Rudi Garcia said Roma fans are “blessed” to have President James Pallotta and can’t blame him for a stadium ban.
Zdenek Zeman counters the official Cagliari position on the ultras attack. “The players were shocked and upset.”
Cagliari Vice-President Stefano Filucchi insisted ultras breaking into the club house to threaten players was “nothing irreparable.”
President of the Players’ Association Damiano Tommasi agrees with Roma patron James Pallotta that the Italian fan-club rapport is “not normal.”
More details are emerging about the ultras attack on the Cagliari squad, as Nicola Murru was physically struck.
Antonio Conte warned being Italy Coach is “twice as difficult” than in 2006, but “we’re working to make our dreams come true.”
There are reports hooligans broke into the Cagliari training retreat, threatening and even attacking players and staff.