NAPOLI NEWS

Walter Mazzarri’s agent describes rumours linking his client to the Milan job as ‘fantasy.’
It is reported that Napoli are lining up a January transfer swoop for Fabio Quagliarella.
Sampdoria’s lawyer Antonio Romei warns Napoli that Fabio Quagliarella is not for sale - “he’s fundamental for us and he’s happy in Genoa”.
The Neapolitan prosecutor has dropped charges linking Napoli players and the club to organised crime.
Marek Hamsik believes Chievo “only played for the draw”, against a Napoli side who were tired after Manchester City.
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina could reportedly miss Spain’s friendlies with Costa Rica and Russia as he struggles with a back injury.
Luca Toni admits “the regret of my career” was spending just six months with Roma.
Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino says his side played a ‘perfect’ match to hold Napoli to a goalless draw.
Torino winger Iago Falque says “it would be nice” for Napoli to win the Scudetto even though “Juventus have the best squad”.
Napoli are being investigated to establish whether tickets were unknowingly given to members of the Camorra mafia.
Jorginho’s agent says his client has been convinced by Italy, and “there will be no re-opening of dialogue with Brazil”.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta sees Inter as their main Scudetto rivals - “they’re not spectacular, but they’re clinical”.
Giampiero Ventura began preparations for Italy’s World Cup qualifier with Sweden and explained why he finally called Napoli midfielder Jorginho.
Mario Rui admits Napoli’s goalless draw with Chievo was not the full debut for the club he wanted.
Maurizio Sarri admits Napoli “were lacking sharpness” in the goalless draw with Chievo, but defends the performance at the Bentegodi.
Join us for build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Torino, Fiorentina-Roma, Chievo-Napoli, Juventus-Benevento, Sassuolo-Milan.
Rolando Maran explains how Chievo managed to “neutralise” Serie A leaders Napoli in a goalless draw at the Bentegodi.
Napoli kept a clean sheet despite missing Pepe Reina, but were unable to break down an organised and rugged Chievo.
Lorenzo Insigne said Napoli have to “make up” for the 4-2 defeat to Manchester City, but visit Chievo with fitness problems.
Inter had to fight back from a Iago Falque opener to snatch a point against Torino at San Siro, though Matias Vecino rattled the woodwork.