NAPOLI NEWS

Former Napoli forward Careca has backed Naples-natives Lorenzo Insigne and Ciro Immobile to impress for Italy at the World Cup.
Claudio Lotito says that Lazio have already completed Antonio Candreva’s signing and will confirm their Coach ‘by the end of the week’.
Jose Maria Callejon is being targeted by Atletico Madrid, with Napoli willing to sell for a fee of €18m.
Diego Maradona has hit out at Qatar’s successful 2022 World Cup bid, accusing FIFA of being corrupt.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has laughed off suggestions that Arsenal will get Lorenzo Insigne for €20m.
Maxime Gonalons protracted transfer to Napoli could finally happen at some point next week, according to reports.
Napoli will have to pay €100m if they still want to sign Javier Mascherano from Barcelona.
It is reported in Spain that Javier Mascherano has opted to remain with Barcelona and end speculation of a move to Napoli.
Gonzalo Higuain believes that he is a better player having left Spain for Italy last summer.
FIFA agent Bernardo Brovarone says Javier Mascherano was ‘certain’ to leave Barcelona before the arrival of Luis Enrique.
Next season’s Supercoppa looks set to be played on foreign soil, with Qatar, Abu Dhabi and Dubai all possible destinations.
Lorenzo Insgine’s agent has admitted that it is ‘gratifying’ to hear that a club like Arsenal is interested in his client.
Javier Mascherano is described as still undecided about his future, despite his agent meeting with Barcelona yesterday.
Il Mattino believe that Napoli have pipped Juventus to agreeing a deal for Feyenoord full-back Daryl Janmaat.
Lazio are seen as having reached agreement with Udinese to take full ownership of Antonio Candreva and will then reportedly double his wages.
A report in England suggests that Arsenal are preparing to make an offer of around €20m for Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne.
It has been announced that the Italian Supercoppa fixture between Juventus and Napoli will take place on December 23.
Napoli’s Valon Behrami has played down speculation linking him with a move to Inter this summer.
Emanuele Giaccherini has admitted that he would like to stay at Sunderland, for the money as much as anything else.
A prospective new contract and even the captain’s armband may not be enough to keep Javier Mascherano at Barcelona.