NAPOLI NEWS

Alessandro Florenzi says Italy “would like to be outsiders” for Euro 2016.
Nicola Rizzoli will referee Milan’s crucial clash against Roma at San Siro as the final allocation of Serie A referees is announced.
Pescara director general Giorgio Ripetto confirms ‘Gianluca Lapadula will leave’ and confirms that ‘Juventus already made an offer.’
‘The fight for second isn’t over’ insists Roma's Kostas Manolas, although he believes ‘Napoli have an easy task.’
Luciano Spalletti said he’d vote Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as Coach of the Year. “I thought I’d seen it all, but he brought something else.”
Juventus are the ninth most valuable club in world football, according to Forbes, and earned $101m from the Champions League.
“I don’t know many players on the planet who’d turn down Napoli,” said Gianluca Lapadula’s agent, as Leicester also want the Pescara striker.
Spanish papers suggest Raul Albiol will leave Napoli for a return to his old club Valencia this summer.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni says the sale of Amadou Diawara ‘wouldn’t be a problem if someone better arrives.’
Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City will reportedly challenge Napoli for the signing of Pescara star Gianluca Lapadula.
Roberto Stellone assures Frosinone will “honour the League” and give their best against Napoli on Saturday.
There are reports Watford want ex-Inter and Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri as their Coach next season.
Jorginho’s agent warns “some clubs are interested” despite his client signing a contract extension with Napoli in January.
Lazio's Lucas Biglia was banned for the last Serie A game and fined, along with a considerable number of other players.
Napoli have a list of players to face next year's Champions League, including Empoli's Lorenzo Tonelli, Sassuolo's Sime Vrsaljko, and Porto's Hector Herrera.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni believes it’s “difficult” to make second-place, but “third shouldn’t be underestimated”.
Christian Maggio’s agent admits “I don’t know” if the Frosinone game will be his client’s last for Napoli.
With Napoli regaining second place from Roma it seems it will go down to the ultimate game to decide the second Champions League position as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 37
Fabio Cannavaro claims 'Cholismo' is just defensive football, whilst discussing Napoli's campaign.
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina calls for 'a full stadium' as Napoli prepare to 'make their dream come true'.