The Juventus Stadium was opened six years ago today and the statistics show the huge boost it made to their club coffers.
Napoli will again not be speaking to the media ahead of the match with Bologna on Sunday.
Atletico Madrid wanted Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri for the future if Diego Simeone didn’t renew his contract, claim Italian reports.
Filippo Inzaghi believes “it will be more difficult for Juventus to win the Scudetto” this season but “they remain favourites”.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo sees a strong Napoli, and says Juventus “will have to toil like never before” to retain the Scudetto.
Luciano Spalletti is “sorry I couldn’t unite the atmosphere at Roma” and “always told Francesco Totti what I thought”.
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent confirms the centre-back stayed at Napoli “to try and win the Scudetto”.
Sassuolo’s CEO praises the “great relationship” with Napoli, but says they only considered “an option” on Domenico Berardi.
Marek Hamsik confirms “I could finish my career at Napoli”, admitting that he’s rejected Juventus and Milan in the past.
Fabio Borini and Andrea Ranocchia are among Milan and Inter’s highest earners, while Maurizio Sarri pockets over €5m less than Max Allegri.
The 20 Serie A clubs have failed to agree on a new Lega President, so will reconvene in around 12 days.
A meeting of the Lega Serie A is underway in Milan, with the election of a new President one of the items on the agenda.
Marek Hamsik's agent says Mino Raiola was right, as his client “married Napoli 10 years ago and never wanted to leave”.
Over 30,000 more season tickets have been sold across Serie A this season, with Milan up by 14,000.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent hit back at Mino Raiola’s claims he is about to take over the Napoli star’s representation. “Nothing has changed.”
Former Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini believes Lorenzo Insigne is being “penalised and limited” in Italy’s 4-2-4 system.
Former Napoli President Corrado Ferlaino called agent Mino Raiola “the enemy of football clubs.”
Danijel Subasic is the latest goalkeeper on the Napoli radar, as he could leave Monaco at the end of the season.
French newspaper L’Équipe has named its best XI for Serie A, with players from Juventus, Napoli, Milan and Roma.
Giacomo Bonaventura admits winning the Scudetto this year “will be very difficult” for Milan.