NAPOLI NEWS

Hernanes said the new Juventus “must prove we haven’t lost the habit of winning” as they visit Napoli.
Napoli and Juventus never have a relaxed fixture anyway, but the pressure is on for tonight’s showdown.
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Napoli have a full squad at their disposal for tonight’s Serie A showdown with Juventus.
Mario Lemina “turned down more money from Napoli and England so he could join Juventus,” said his agent.
Max Allegri is still looking for a tactical identity for Juventus and should field Paulo Dybala, while Maurizio Sarri kept Napoli at rest.
Former Napoli and Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri is reportedly in England and juggling options with Liverpool, Sunderland and Stoke City.
A survey has named Juventus as both the most popular and the most hated team in Italy.
Dino Zoff calls tomorrow’s Napoli-Juventus came “delicate” with both sides having poor starts.
Alvaro Morata is in the Juventus squad for tomorrow’s match against Napoli.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri warns “we’re in trouble if we consider Juventus as a team in crisis”.
Maurizio Sarri admits Napoli-Juventus “goes beyond the table”, but doesn’t see himself or Max Allegri as being under pressure.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists they’re “on the right path” under Maurizio Sarri.
Referee Daniele Orsato will take charge of Saturday’s Serie A showdown between Napoli and Juventus at the San Paolo.
Juventus will have ‘a full group to choose from’ after the international break, according to Massimiliano Allegri.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says the club are going through ‘a crisis of results but not performances’.
Stephan Lichtsteiner could reportedly be sidelined beyond Saturday’s Napoli clash, with Martin Caceres set to deputise.
Spanish newspaper AS claims Napoli have asked Real Madrid to take Jese Rodriguez on loan in January.
Arsenal are again being linked with a £13m move for Daniele Rugani, who is yet to make his Juventus debut.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone admits he’d love to lead Napoli, Torino or Genoa after taking an historic point off Juventus.