NAPOLI NEWS

Dries Mertens is hoping to ripple the net with continuity after he was unveiled as a new Napoli player on Monday.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri concedes that Juventus and former club Napoli will be title contenders in 2013-14.
Rafael Benitez has admitted that he wants Napoli to challenge Juventus for the Scudetto this season.
Former Juventus boss Marcelo Lippi believes that the Bianconeri will go on to claim their third successive Scudetto this season.
Villarreal are reportedly considering a move for Queens Park Rangers’ Julio Cesar this summer, despite Napoli’s known interest.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis believes that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Maicon and Morgan De Sanctis are both set to be confirmed as Roma players next week.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has insisted that Edin Dzeko is not for sale.
Julio Cesar is expected to leave Queens Park Rangers next week and sign for Napoli.
Rafael Benitez looks set to raid Real Madrid once again and bid for defender Raul Albiol.
Paris Saint-Germain boss Laurent Blanc believes that Edinson Cavani is theirs, but is not fretting over the delayed move.
Stefano Sorrentino's agent has revealed that the goalkeeper could join any number of Serie A clubs this summer.
Hugo Campagnaro joined Walter Mazzarri at Inter, but insists “it was a coincidence. I know him perfectly by now.”
Cagliari insist Manchester United and Napoli have no chance of signing Davide Astori for £10m. “He is not on the market.”
Napoli are closing in on Leandro Damiao after Internacional warned “if they want him he’s going to cost €25m.”
Edinson Cavani is set to have a medical at Paris Saint-Germain on Monday before completing his move to the French club.
Rafael's move from Santos to Napoli has been completed, with the Partenopei paying the Brazilian side €5m.
Rolando Maran has indicated that he turned down approaches from other Serie A sides to stick with Catania.
Jose Callejon has been pictured today by Napoli signing his contract with the club, ratifying his transfer from Real Madrid.
Antonio Conte has claimed that his Juventus side will go for a 'historic' third Scudetto this season, but has admitted it will be tough.