NAPOLI NEWS

Leonardo Pavoletti says it’s “wonderful” to be at Napoli and “can’t wait” to face Juventus at San Paolo.
Marco Di Bello will take charge of Roma-Sassuolo, as the referees for Week 29 are announced.
Fabio Cannavaro believes Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon “deserves to lift the Champions League”.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic responds to rumours he could move to Napoli - “you never know…”
Manolo Gabbiadini feels Napoli “did not deserve to go out” of the Champions League to Real Madrid, so he’s cheering on Juventus.
Italian reports suggest Chelsea are preparing a new €55m (£47.8m) offer for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
A crowdfunding initiative is seeking to raise €30,000 in order to build a commemorative statue of Diego Maradona in Naples.
Sassuolo defender Paolo Cannavaro admits that Domenico Berardi reminds him of Edinson Cavani.
Reports suggest that Lorenzo Insigne has moved closer to signing a new contract with Napoli.
Reports suggest that Napoli will produce a special ticket offer for their Coppa Italia second leg tie with Juventus.
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina may leave the club at the end of his contract in 2018, reports suggest.
Dries Mertens could be heading for the exit at Napoli, reports suggest, after contract talks stall.
Faouzi Ghoulam won’t renew his Napoli contract, so Manchester City lead the way with a reported €13m offer.
With the top four all winning, it’s all the same at the summit as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 28 of Serie A.
Reports suggest Dries Mertens wants €3m per season to renew his contract, with Napoli holding firm at €2.5m.
The Lega Serie A has announced that the Derby della Madonnina will be played at 12.30 local time on Saturday April 15.
Stefano Pioli has asked Inter to sign Angel Di Maria of Paris Saint-Germain or Napoli’s Dries Mertens, according to reports.
Simone Inzaghi believes Lazio can qualify for the Champions League as “in another season we might be second”.
Inter midfielder Roberto Gagliardini believes the Champions League is still possible, with a Napoli “misstep”.
Max Allegri warns Italian football is “on the edge of madness” after more controversy surrounding his Juventus.