NAPOLI NEWS

Lorenzo Insigne is reportedly no closer to a Napoli renewal, as he’s been given a take-it-or-leave-it offer.
Valon Behrami called Napoli “one of the most spectacular teams in Europe” and Maurizio Sarri a vast improvement on Rafa Benitez.
Kalidou Koulibaly is not fit enough to make Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli squad for the match against Fiorentina tomorrow.
Napoli’s official radio station reports an interview with Leonardo Pavoletti who is “fired-up” to sign from Genoa.
Paulo Sousa believes his Fiorentina can beat Napoli tomorrow as “we have good quality”.
Torino will have to pay Napoli €10m if they wish to sign Lorenzo Tonelli in January.
'The old Milan are coming back' belives their Spanish attacker Suso, adding that their current ranking 'doesn't surprise him'.
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik admits Juventus are favourites but “the title race is still open”.
Everton are reportedly back in for Manolo Gabbiadini, but with a lower bid than in the summer.
Manchester United have reportedly beaten Serie A clubs to Victor Lindelof after agreeing a €45m deal for the Benfica defender.
Dries Mertens has confirmed that a new Napoli contract is in the pipeline and joked he “will add a few zeros on after my last performance”.
Napoli are reportedly hopeful of agreeing a new contract with man-of-the-moment Dries Mertens by the beginning of February.
Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain believes he has shown himself to have “balls” after his last Supercoppa performance.
Paolo Tagliavento has been announced as the referee for Napoli’s trip to Fiorentina on Thursday night.
Marek Hamsik is glad Napoli have reached third-place in Serie A “but we believe we can reach even higher”.
Following the victory over Roma, Juventus go seven points ahead of the chasing pack as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 17.
Giampiero Ventura wants to “go to the World Cup and win it” and promises his best Italy is “yet to come”.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti felt they “sent an important signal” by beating Fiorentina 3-1 to join Napoli in third place.
Lazio risked throwing away a comfortable lead and Josip Ilicic saw his penalty saved, but they beat Fiorentina 3-1 to go joint third.
Lazio director Igli Tare said they “have to respond” to Napoli’s victory by beating Fiorentina to climb into joint third place.