NAPOLI NEWS

Mirko Valdifiori’s agent said he is happy at Napoli, but “if Milan were to call then we’d be ready.”
A croaky Max Allegri said Juve's Coppa Italia defeat to Inter was “healthy and painless” ahead of a trip to Atalanta.
Roberto Donadoni has “no regrets” in his career and shelves Milan ambitions. “Bologna could be my ‘big’ club.”
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina is in doubt for tonight’s match with Chievo after coming down with flu symptoms.
Director Pietro Lo Monaco claims he “talked to Tottenham and Mauricio Pochettino is crazy about Lorenzo Insigne.”
Raul Albiol is suspended, but Napoli have Omar El Kaddouri and Ivan Strinic back for tomorrow’s game with Chievo.
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran believes Napoli “are right to believe” in the Scudetto.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri believes his team has been unfairly criticised - “it annoys me when you only talk about the result”.
Maurizio Sarri denies fatigue is behind Napoli’s recent downturn in form - “we’ve had some bad luck”.
Lorenzo Insigne's agent reveals 'three top clubs' are after him, but 'he wants to be the Totti of Napoli'.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri says Serie A is still open, and discusses Bayern Munich and Paulo Dybala.
Serie A cannot cope with the increase in costs and reported a €365m loss, with most clubs indebted and Parma already bankrupt.
Stephan Lichtsteiner warns “it won’t be easy” for Juventus against Atalanta - “they play good football”.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly isn’t giving up on the “dream” of the Scudetto - “three points is recoverable”.
Fiorentina will “have the energy to play” against Roma, assures Coach Paulo Sousa.
It’s reported River Plate defender Emanuel Mammana’s agents met with both Napoli and Milan this week.
Napoli are attempting a quick settlement to sign River Plate's Emanuel Mammana, who is also a Milan target.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli insists “the Scudetto race is not over” despite Juventus pulling three points clear of Napoli.
Napoli legend Diego Maradona brands new FIFA President Gianni Infantino “a traitor”.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli believes ‘Italian football needed a game like Fiorentina-Napoli’ and says ‘the season isn’t over’.