UDINESE NEWS

Napoli try to end their Udinese taboo, Juventus host Pescara and Roma visit on-form Atalanta before the Derby della Madonnina.
Udinese Coach Gigi Del Neri called for “great intensity” against Napoli in the Saturday afternoon game.
Arkadiusz Milik is “on the road to recovery,” but can’t give a date for his comeback, while Manolo Gabbiadini misses Udinese-Napoli.
Good news for Napoli, as Marek Hamsik has shaken off flu symptoms and was able to complete today’s training session.
Lorenzo Insigne says Napoli “respect Udinese” but “we don’t fear them because we’re Napoli”.
Marek Hamsik reportedly has a fever, and will be evaluated by Napoli over the coming days.
Napoli winger Dries Mertens has revealed that he 'wants to stay' at the club, and 'will renew his contract' in the coming weeks.
Napoli star Dries Mertens bagged a hat-trick for Belgium, but Edin Dzeko was sent off as Miralem Pjanic’s free kick was deflected in Bosnia’s dramatic Greece draw.
Gigi Del Neri went over his career highlights, including the miracle Chievo, Roma and Juventus regrets and bringing a Friuli work ethic to Udinese.
Pierpaolo Marino believes Manolo Gabbiadini could swap with Udinese’s Duvan Zapata, while Simone Zaza “has one foot in Napoli.”
Bayern Munich Coach Carlo Ancelotti says there 'is no chance' of Kingsley Coman returning to Juventus.
After another exciting weekend of Serie A football Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 12.
Napoli defender Raul Albiol is close to a return from a prolonged injury, according to reports.
Juventus and Milan got hard-fought wins away to Chievo and Palermo, while Udinese held Genoa and Atalanta demolished Sassuolo.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel wants to end his reputation for inconsistency. “I let people down, but this is the right year for me.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s eight Serie A games, including Chievo-Juventus, Palermo-Milan, Inter-Crotone, Sassuolo-Atalanta and Roma-Bologna.
Udinese Coach Luigi Del Neri says his side now take more risks and play with more freedom than when he was first appointed.
Prolific Torino and Cagliari face off, then it’s a fascinating head-to-head between Napoli and Lazio, tomorrow Chievo-Juventus, Palermo-Milan, Roma-Bologna and Inter-Crotone.
Sinisa Mihajlovic praised Torino after the Udinese draw but “we were guilty of not closing it out”.
Luigi Del Neri said Udinese “could have won” against Torino but admits “we’re too slow” getting the ball forward.