In its current transfer session, Napoli is reportedly serious about beefing up its squad, with President Aurelio De Laurentiis intending to follow up the acquisition of Mazzocchi with two more significant signings.
The information, as reported by Tuttosport, suggests that Napoli is set to add to its right flank. Today, the player will be undergoing medical examinations, followed by a potential recruitment of Samardzic from Udinese. Some minor issues about the midfielder’s image rights are said to be delaying the deal.
However, landing Dragusin might prove to be more challenging, but not impossible. Napoli will apparently need to outbid Tottenham and meet Genoa’s asking price to sway the deal their way. The sum under discussion is touted to be around 30 million euros. Napoli’s offer reportedly involves a cash-plus-player transaction, with either Ostigard or Zanoli likely to be included in the deal.