Napoli prepares the decisive challenge with Milan, but the tension between the club and the players after the mutiny at the November 5 withdrawal remains very high. De Laurentiis has no intention of letting go and is preparing a double offensive against his players. On Monday the registered disputes for the activation of the Arbitration Board will start.The Napoli will not therefore limit itself to the fine (5% gross of the monthly salary), but will aim at a reduction of the fees between 25% and 50% for the most important players. The legal battle will be long: Napoli will have to choose its own referee, the members will do the same and then the President of the College will have to be appointed. De Laurentiis will not stop at this and also thinks of a legal action for the image damage received by the club and therefore could bring the whole team to court filing a civil lawsuit. The president will return from Los Angeles on Monday afternoon and his presence in Liverpool is uncertain for the Champions League match at Anfield against the Reds. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti is thinking about the San Siro trip, scheduled for Saturday at 6pm, a veritable crossroads for the Azzurri season. Napoli have not won in five games and need a success to get out of the crisis and re-launch themselves in the standings.