NAPOLI NEWS

Dries Mertens says Napoli have “great players” and insists they want to win the Europa League as well as the Scudetto.
Felipe Anderson trained alone today, according to reports, and he’s not expected to be called-up for Lazio’s trip to Napoli.
Marco Guida has been appointed as the referee for Fiorentina-Juventus, while Luca Banti takes charge of Lazio’s trip to Napoli.
Jorginho’s agent reveals he’s not in Italy to discuss a new Napoli contract but his client “is happy” and “in Manchester it rains too often”.
Ciro Immobile’s agent says the striker “would have run to Napoli if he got the call” in the past but now “I don’t think Lazio would sell him”.
Juventus winning a seventh Scudetto in a row would be “extraordinary” says Max Allegri, as “Napoli have concentrated all their strength on the league”.
Massimiliano Allegri confirms Juventus will be without Paulo Dybala for tomorrow’s Fiorentina game, but Douglas Costa will be available.
Napoli will reportedly meet with Jorginho’s agents on Saturday, to ward off interest from Manchester United and Manchester City.
Napoli warn Amin Younes will be open to “financial and disciplinary” action if he tries to get out of his contract.
Brazilian legend Ronaldo wants Napoli to beat Juventus to the Scudetto - “even though as an Inter fan I’d prefer to say Inter”.
Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic admits “I really like” Napoli’s style of play, and discusses his relationship with the fans.
Napoli could face a legal fight with Amin Younes, as the Ajax winger doesn’t want to honour his pre-contract agreement.
Davide Astori warns Juventus are “stronger than Napoli”, but Fiorentina can beat them if they play “the perfect match”.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ‘dreams’ of making Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri his Coach, according to Gianfranco Zola’s agent.
Federico Pastorello claims “Arsenal are mainly being talked about” for Maurizio Sarri and that Chelsea new boy Emerson Palmieri was January’s best buy.
Elseid Hysaj’s agent admits “the next Napoli transfer market will depend greatly on whether or not Maurizio Sarri remains.”
The list of clubs interested in Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri keeps growing, with Chelsea, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid.
Dries Mertens, Jose Callejon and Raul Albiol did not take part in the full Napoli training session today.
Claudio Marchisio warned that if he ever does leave Juventus, it will “never, ever” be for another Italian club. “I still want to win.”
Juventus and Napoli pulled ever further away from the chasing pack, while Roma still look disjointed - what we learned in Week 23.