NAPOLI NEWS

Rafa Benitez plays down issues involving Jose Callejon and Valon Behrami and asserts only 10 per cent of the names linked to Napoli are true.
Reports in the UK suggest that Napoli are interested in signing Marouane Fellaini from Manchester United.
The full Serie A fixtures for the 2014-15 season have been drawn up with Max Allegri's Juventus visiting Milan in Week 3.
Napoli swept Kalloni aside 3-1 with Jose Callejon’s brace, but Valon Behrami and Blerim Dzemaili were frozen out.
Valon Behrami and Blerim Dzemaili are not even on the bench for Napoli’s friendly with Kalloni, so exits are imminent.
Blerim Dzemaili is on the verge of joining Hamburg, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Speculation that Napoli are in talks with Manchester United over a proposed loan move for Marouane Fellaini has been played down.
Zdenek Zeman says that Juventus ‘have not lost anything’ in Antonio Conte’s departure, whilst he plays down expectation on Roma.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has presented his theory as to why Jose Callejon and Valon Behrami both left Napoli’s training yesterday early.
Christian Maggio has moved on from missing the World Cup and says he is not nervous about sitting on the bench at Napoli.
Clubs in Serie A will this evening discover the order of play for the 2014-15 season, as fixtures are due to be drawn up.
There was more tension at Napoli today, as after Jose Callejon was told to leave, Valon Behrami stormed off too.
Napoli could complete their €13m move for German World Cup winner Christoph Kramer tomorrow.
There are reports Jose Callejon left a Napoli training session, as Rafa Benitez thought he had the wrong attitude.
Raul Albiol won’t hide his Napoli ambitions this season. “I want the Scudetto and Italian Super Cup.”
Malaga midfielder Ignacio Camacho’s agent confirms “Napoli are working on it, but it’s a tough process.”
Standard Liege midfielder Paul-Jose M’Poku has been in “extensive talks” with Napoli, confirmed his agent.
Napoli presented their new 2014-15 shirts today, the first to adopt a double sponsor after a change in Serie A rules.
Lorenzo Insigne is reportedly wanted by Fiorentina after Napoli fans jeered him during a public event.
Aurelio De Laurentiis promised more reinforcements after claiming Napoli’s strike force is “worth €250m.”