NAPOLI NEWS

Former Palermo director Rino Foschi has admitted that they beat competition from Juventus, Fiorentina and Real Madrid to sign Edinson Cavani in 2007.
Serse Cosmi urges Lecce to maintain their amazing momentum against Napoli, but fears “the final sprint could be decided by the psychological approach.”
Napoli have lost three in a row and face on form Lecce tomorrow, but Walter Mazzarri can “guarantee it won’t be a downward spiral to end the season.”
Juventus are reportedly looking to Uruguay for next season, as it’s a race between Liverpool’s Luis Suarez and Napoli hero Edinson Cavani.
Napoli are hoping to have Christian Maggio back in action for the Week 34 game at home to Novara.
Both Roma and Inter smell the hint of Champions League qualification going into what could be a decisive weekend in the race for third place.
Just 24 hours on from overseeing Atalanta's win over them, Coach Stefano Colantuono has distanced himself from rumours of a summer switch to Napoli.
Napoli’s Goran Pandev and two other players have been handed two-game suspensions, while 13 more will miss the Week 33 action.
Marek Hamsik, Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi of Napoli are unobtainable to Italian clubs, says agent Mino Raiola.
Walter Mazzarri admits Napoli are “exhausted, but still in the running for the Europa League and Coppa Italia.”
Napoli fell to a third straight defeat and Roma left it late against Udinese. Lecce shocked Catania’s makeshift goalkeeper, so Genoa slide closer to the drop zone.
Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino has played down reports that he could replace Walter Mazzarri at Napoli.
Napoli are prepared to make Cristian Chivu their highest paid player in order to sign him from Inter this summer.
Christian Maggio’s representative has reacted quickly to dismiss speculation that the player could leave Napoli for Chelsea.
Boss Walter Mazzarri has rejected speculation that his time on the Napoli bench is coming to an end.
Marek Hamsik and Ezequiel Lavezzi have both spoken today of their belief that Napoli can still qualify for the Champions League this season.
Has the Italian League increased its otherwise perceived lack of faith in younger players? One report in Italy argues not quite.
Defeats to Juventus and Lazio have left Napoli not only six points adrift of third place, but also in a situation comparatively a lot worse than last season.
Inter are apparently monitoring the performances of Napoli’s Juan Zuniga, reports in Colombia are suggesting.
Milan have three players suspended for Tuesday’s game with Chievo, while Napoli miss two defenders against Atalanta.