NAPOLI NEWS

Luciano Spalletti insists Roma are not suffering from burnout ahead of Saturday’s top-of-the-table clash with Napoli in Serie A.
Cesare Prandelli says Napoli “probably play the best football in Europe” but are being held back by an inability to “handle” the rigours of a season.
Reports suggest that striker Arkadiusz Milik could command a place in the Napoli starting lineup against Roma on Saturday.
Napoli are reportedly planning another attempted summer swoop for Ajax midfielder Davy Klaassen.
Fabio Capello believes Napoli can still overturn their 3-1 first leg Champions League defeat to Real Madrid. “They must be aggressive.”
Allan and Radja Nainggolan appear to have shaken off injuries ahead of Saturday’s Roma-Napoli showdown.
Former Inter and Napoli Coach Gigi Simoni believes “Juventus deserve what they win, but something always happens to give people bad thoughts.”
Marco Parolo is suspended for the Coppa Italia semi-final against Roma, while Juventus are fined for anti-Neapolitan chants, but Lazio are not penalised for racist abuse.
Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado believes his penalty against Napoli was justified - “Reina flattened me”.
Fabio Quagliarella has been inundated with messages of support from Napoli fans, after revealing his torment with a stalker.
Roma goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny predicts an “interesting” game with Napoli, as they are “two angry teams”.
Rai Sport director Gabriele Romagnoli calls Napoli’s criticism of the network “absolutely exaggerated”.
Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman insists Juventus “haven’t had more favourable refereeing” but says they shouldn’t have had their second penalty against Napoli.
Luca Banti has been announced as the referee for this weekend’s showdown between Roma and Napoli.
Sandro Mazzola doesn’t believe Napoli will play their Primavera team against Juventus - “you say these things when you’re angry”.
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli need “greater intensity” to turn around their tie with Real Madrid.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli should be focusing on their “defensive errors” against Juventus.
Paolo Valeri has reportedly declared he has “nothing to apologise for” after the controversial Juventus-Napoli game.
Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella revealed his five-year police stalker nightmare and why he “left unfinished business at Napoli.”
Luciano Spalletti trusts Roma can overturn the 2-0 first leg Coppa Italia semi-final defeat, but implied Lazio only “play on the counter-attack.”