NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli have claimed that the capture of Eduardo Vargas will be their only piece of transfer business in January.
Napoli confirm Eduardo Vargas is on his way and Alberto Malesani says Genoa were squeezed dry.
Napoli ended 2011 on a high by tearing Genoa to shreds, as the 6-1 scoreline could’ve been even more damning.
Napoli hope to end the year with a morale-boosting result against Genoa, as Goran Pandev completes the trident attack.
Chile starlet Eduardo Vargas has confirmed he “will complete the transfer to Napoli in the first days of January.”
Walter Mazzarri has reacted angrily to claims that Napoli are in crisis and also to other reports suggestive of a recent attempted resignation.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has advised his former club to make a January bid for Edinson Cavani of Napoli.
Ambitious Napoli could be without Ezequiel Lavezzi for their next four Serie A games because of injury.
Walter Mazzarri feels Napoli did all they could against Roma, but were unlucky with deflections and refereeing decisions.
Luis Enrique called this “my happiest day on the Roma bench,” although their victory away to Napoli was “completely crazy.”
Francesco Totti points out Roma adapted their tactics to face Napoli and “proved we are competitive at a high level.”
Roma rode their luck with deflections and own goals, but earned a surprise 3-1 victory at Napoli’s Stadio San Paolo.
Napoli use the Three Tenors, while Roma have their own trident of Francesco Totti, Erik Lamela and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
Morgan De Sanctis tips Milan for the Scudetto, Napoli for a top five finish and himself for a spot at Euro 2012.
Universidad de Chile have confirmed they’ve agreed to sell Eduardo Vargas to Napoli. “I am so happy, it’s a dream come true,” added the striker.
Chilean media claim that Napoli have secured a €12m deal for hot property Eduardo Vargas.
Walter Mazzarri focuses Napoli entirely on Sunday’s clash with Roma and assures he “never gave the priority to the Champions League.”
Luis Enrique insists Francesco Totti “is happy at Roma and will continue to be the penalty taker” as they prepare to face Napoli.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Milan are “superior to Arsenal,” while Napoli can eliminate Chelsea.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli is confident Milan, Napoli and Inter can progress in the Champions League. “They have the right mentality.”