Alisson, Joao Miranda and Douglas Costa have both been included in the latest Brazil squad, but Juventus full-back Alex Sandro is left out.
Campania’s union of journalists has criticised Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri for his ‘sexist and unacceptable’ remarks to a female reporter.
Lautaro Martinez admits Inter’s interest in him is ‘a great thing’ after being called up to the Argentina squad for their friendly against Italy.
Joao Cancelo admits he prefers playing on the right-hand side but insists he will play wherever Inter boss Luciano Spalletti wants him.
Inter’s Marcelo Brozovic has pledged to take legal action against the ‘fake news’ publications that reported he had an affair with Mauro Icardi’s wife.
Antonio Candreva insists Luciano Spalletti ‘spurred Inter on’ with his remarks that the team lacked quality.
Jose Mourinho insists that while Inter’s lack of silverware is making him ‘suffer’, Juventus will also have “times like these”.
Kalidou Koulibaly insists “anyone who doesn’t believe won’t stay in our locker room” after Napoli lost the top spot to Juventus.
Luciano Spalletti criticised his own Inter squad and suggested he can’t “improve this with work in training. I’ve been trying all season.”
Maurizio Sarri stormed out of a television interview after Napoli’s 0-0 draw with Inter, as he was angered by questions over Juventus.
Luciano Spalletti confessed Inter strangled Napoli because they “never played particularly great football and don’t have much quality.”
Lorenzo Insigne insists Napoli “put in a strong performance” in their goalless draw with Inter and keeps Scudetto hopes alive.
Napoli dominated possession at San Siro, but Milan Skriniar had the best chance for Inter when his glancing header hit the upright, as Juventus go top.
Inter director Piero Ausilio is ready to face Napoli, but remains tight-lipped on Stefan de Vrij and Lautaro Martinez deals.
Join us for all the action as it happens from eight Serie A games, including Juventus-Udinese, Genoa-Milan and Inter-Napoli.
Lorenzo Insigne assures Napoli are not distracted by Juventus in the Scudetto race, because they must beat Inter “at all costs.”
Gennaro Gattuso was “curious to see how Milan would react” after defeat to Arsenal and relished their last-gasp win away to Genoa.
Borja Valero told Inter that the result is the most important thing, not the performance, as they host Scudetto challengers Napoli.
Napoli need to beat Inter at San Siro in order to recapture top spot, but Mauro Icardi and Rafinha start against the Fab Four.
“Inter are very interested in Lucas Torreira, but Napoli are in the lead and made a good proposal,” said the Sampdoria midfielder’s agent.