NAPOLI NEWS

Gianluigi Buffon says Juventus 'stripped their opponents of all excuses', whilst denying Gonzalo Higuain's match ban can be compared to that of Leonardo Bonucci.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis will join Gonzalo Higuain and be present in person to appeal the player's ban.
Jeison Murillo insists “third place is not impossible” for Inter this season.
Napoli have announced a Press silence as they await the judgement on Gonzalo Higuain’s appeal.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli knows beating Milan would be “a major step toward the fifth Scudetto”.
Daniele Orsato will take charge of Milan-Juventus on Saturday as Week 32 referees are announced.
Antonio Rudiger confirms Roma are “keeping an eye on second place” and he has been won over by Serie A “passion.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims Napoli benefited from refereeing decisions and media bias too.
Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio believes Gonzalo Higuain’s red card was correct - “he had lost his head”.
Napoli’s lawyer confirms the club will ask for Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban to be halved.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi reveals the Tuscan side turned down January offers from Napoli and Roma for Lorenzo Tonelli.
Rage over Gonzalo Higuain's four-day match-ban engulfs the media, while Napoli's lawyer promises a reduction.
Napoli descend in complete chaos as an appeal is prepared against Gonzalo Higuain's ban.
Napoli announced an appeal against “unjust” Gonzalo Higuain and Maurizio Sarri bans, hoping to have the striker against Roma.
Cesare Prandelli feels Napoli put far too much pressure on Gonzalo Higuain, so he finally cracked with a four-match ban.
Napoli will appeal Gonzalo Higuain’s four-match ban, the club’s lawyer announces.
Alvaro Morata is “not thinking” about Real Madrid and says Juventus have “a great chance of winning the Scudetto.”
Referee Nicola Rizzoli reiterates that Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci “did not headbutt me”.
Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban has been confirmed, with the Napoli striker also fined €20,000.
Roma President James Pallotta says ‘we’ll try to finish second’ and praises the ‘great quality’ of the squad.