NAPOLI NEWS

Maxi Lopez says he “would like to stay in Serie A,” but denied holding talks with Parma or Napoli.
Ezequiel Lavezzi has “not yet signed for PSG, but it’s a pure formality,” assured the Napoli striker.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has opened the door to Juventus for Edinson Cavani, but only “if they bring me €70m in cash.”
Napoli appear to be turning their attention to Atletico Madrid’s Brazilian Joao Miranda as a reinforcement for their defence.
Fiorentina have silenced transfer rumours by announcing “no offers have come in for Stevan Jovetic, not even from Chelsea or Napoli.”
Lorenzo Insigne will spend pre-season with Napoli, with the hope of earning a place in the squad for next term.
Napoli star Marek Hamsik is in the stands in Poznan for Italy-Croatia. “I hope and believe that Italy will win.”
Napoli are reportedly ready to double Edinson Cavani’s wage and partially concede image rights, in an attempt to keep him at the club.
Napoli may have found the answer to their left wing-back issues after Danish defender Simon Poulsen was linked with the Vesuviani.
Leonardo insists PSG are still in negotiations for both Thiago Silva and Ezequiel Lavezzi. “We’ll see what happens next week.”
Uruguay have named Napoli forward Edinson Cavani in their provisional 32-man squad for the London Olympics.
Napoli have inquired to Bologna over the possibility of signing defensive midfielder Gaby Mudingayi, says the player’s agent.
Cagliari’s Massimo Cellino has claimed that Ezequiel Lavezzi’s transfer from Napoli to Paris Saint-Germain has been completed.
Pescara’s President Daniele Sebastiani has confirmed that he is in talks with Napoli over a number of players, including Marco Verratti and Lorenzo Insigne.
Napoli hitman Ezequiel Lavezzi has taken to Twitter to diffuse the rumours linking him with a big-money switch to Paris-Saint Germain.
Napoli’s forgotten man Erwin Hoffer is set to remain on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt for a second season, according to German reports.
August’s Supercoppa Italiana between Juventus and Napoli will be the third Italian season-opener to be held in Beijing, it has been confirmed.
Milan are thought to be closing in on a low-cost swoop for Napoli and former Liverpool winger Andrea Dossena.
Fiorentina have reiterated there are “no negotiations with Napoli for Stevan Jovetic,” but admit he will be sold “if he does want to leave.”
President Aurelio De Laurentiis assures fans Napoli “will reinforce the defence, midfield and wings, but after Goran Pandev we don’t need anyone in attack.”