NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli are taking no chances against a revamped Lazio at the Stadio San Paolo, while Djibril Cisse takes the centre-forward role.
Marek Hamsik reassures Napoli fans “the best is yet to come,” starting from Lazio and Manchester City.
Edy Reja feels tonight’s showdown with Napoli is “a graduation exam” for Lazio, especially as they are without so many injured players.
Lazio – even without the injured Miroslav Klose – are a side to be feared, says Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri.
Arrigo Sacchi tells Napoli they are “right to privilege the Champions League” ahead of games with Lazio and Manchester City.
Lazio are rocked by the news Miroslav Klose is likely to miss Saturday’s trip to Napoli.
Lazio will be without defender Andre Dias for Saturday’s clash with Napoli, confirmed medical staff.
Manchester City assistant manager Fausto Salsano reveals “we respect Napoli a great deal, while Mario Balotelli will be with us for a long time.”
Christian Maggio will sign a new contract at Napoli before the first day of 2012 arrives, his agent has confirmed.
Aurelio De Laurentiis warns Napoli to put Manchester City out of their minds “until Sunday,” as they must focus on Lazio first.
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani feels that he and Mario Balotelli share similar characteristics on the field of play.
Fabio Cannavaro admits he doesn’t particularly miss playing football and advises Napoli to “focus on winning the Scudetto.”
Edinson Cavani doesn’t mind a punishing schedule for Napoli and Uruguay. “We’ve got to continue with this intensity.”
Frustrated with the delays and red tape, it’s reported Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis could buy the Stadio San Paolo.
Napoli “have viewed some Queens Park Rangers players,” revealed transfer consultant Gianni Di Marzio.
Napoli have rejected reports linking Marek Hamsik with a move to Paris Saint-Germain by insisting he’ll soon sign a new deal with them.
Christian Maggio’s agent has urged Napoli to offer his client a new contract or risk seeing him become a target for other clubs.
Lorenzo Insigne has told Napoli that he is ready to play for the club next season – but only on one condition.
Gianfranco Zola admits he’d “love to be the Coach of Napoli” and feels Roberto Mancini gives “a touch of Italian tactics to English football.”
Christian Maggio expects Italy new boy Ignazio Abate to provide him with some tough competition for the right-back spot.