NAPOLI NEWS

Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri has been banned for two Coppa Italia matches and fined €20,000 for alleged homophobic remarks.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho says the players are backing Maurizio Sarri - “we’re all behind the Coach”.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi defends Maurizio Sarri after the Napoli Coach was accused of homophobia.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini calls for Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis to respond to Maurizio Sarri’s comments: “Do you have nothing to say?”
Inter’s Roberto Mancini reflects on Tuesday's clash with Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri and says ‘he’s really offended lots of people.’
Roberto Mancini again slammed Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri for alleged homophobic slurs. “He offended people who suffer.”
Alberto Grassi is set to join Napoli tomorrow after the final details were worked out with Atalanta.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli concedes Juventus “made the most of our error” to win the Coppa Italia quarter-final.
Max Allegri complimented Lazio for their Coppa Italia performance and insisted Juventus “did not rotate the squad.”
Maurizio Sarri’s alleged homophobic comments have sparked debate between two of Italy’s biggest gay rights organisations.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi said Roberto Mancini “was wrong” to take Maurizio Sarri’s alleged insults to the media.
Napoli have joined Roma and Premier League sides in asking for Real Madrid centre-back Nacho Fernandez.
Fiorentina are targeting Luca Cigarini if Napoli get his Atalanta teammate Alberto Grassi, while Watford want Mario Suarez.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri denies he’s a homophobe, pointing out that he has gay friends.
Sampdoria striker Eder wants to “leave the transfer market aside”, despite speculation of an Inter move.
Reports suggest Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri will only face a two-match ban for alleged homophobic remarks.
Bologna sporting director Pantaleo Corvino admits interest in Andrea Ranocchia but “a central defender wasn’t the priority”.
Atalanta have reportedly received a €10m offer from Napoli for Alberto Grassi, while Fiorentina have made a lower bid.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri’s alleged homophobic comments to Inter’s Roberto Mancini could result in a two-month ban, say reports.
Maurizio Sarri tried to laugh off the accusations of homophobia from Roberto Mancini in a Press conference. “He insulted me too.”