NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli have joined Juventus, Roma and Inter in showing interest in Arsenal defender Johan Djourou.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has admitted that the team can go from strength-to-strength now that Antonio Conte has returned from his ban.
Agent of Paris Saint-Germain defender Diego Lugano has admitted that the Uruguay international will leave the club in January.
Paolo Cannavaro's agent has hit out at reports that his client could receive a six-month ban for his part in a match-fixing scandal.
Marco Motta has made clear the belief that Bologna can beat any team they face, if they play to their strengths.
Miguel Britos has reflected that Napoli are still smarting from their defeat to Inter, but have learned their lesson.
The latest reports suggest that Napoli will be handed a two-point penalty and that Paolo Cannavaro and Gianluca Grava will be banned for six months.
The Coach who discovered Antonio Cassano at Bari claims Napoli starlet Lorenzo Insigne “will be even better.”
Italian Under-21 international Lorenzo Insigne is dreaming of winning the Scudetto this season with Napoli.
Sampdoria insist that no club has made them an offer for Pedro Obiang – but they suspect Juventus and Napoli are keen.
Marek Hamsik has shown no interest in transfer rumours which are linking him with a switch from Napoli to Paris Saint-Germain.
Palermo “are working on” a transfer for Napoli defender Salvatore Aronica, confirmed President Maurizio Zamparini.
Former Lazio and Napoli boss Edy Reja has admitted that he would love to return to coaching soon.
Morgan De Sanctis will reportedly put pen to paper on a two-year contract extension at Napoli, ending months of talks.
Tuttosport believe Genoa and Napoli are in discussions to transfer four players between them, including Eduardo Vargas, Alexander Merkel and Ciro Immobile.
Confirmation is reportedly due later today, but early speculation suggests Napoli will be hit with a two-point penalty for their alleged role in the betting scandal.
Cesare Prandelli praised Francesco Totti as “an exemplary professional,” but also feels Italian football made the right choice investing in youth.
Gianluca Grava and Paolo Cannavaro’s agent has criticised the request for nine month bans for the pair for alleged involvement in the betting scandal.
Fabrizio Miccoli has reflected that through his career, the way his spell playing for the national team ended is likely to be his only regret.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has not ruled out dipping into the winter transfer market, but only with Walter Mazzarri’s say-so.