Napoli are reportedly hesitant to sign €25 rated Frenchman on a permanent deal
By Rainman_news | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 1 views
Napoli is said to have lost interest in Chelsea's 26 year old French defensive midfielder.
According to report, the Frenchman was not part of Frank Lampard’s plans at the start of the season, was sent to Gennaro Gattuso’s Napoli on loan late on in the market with no option to buy, Quickly, and after a few good early displays, talk of a gentleman’s agreement between the two sides started to appear, with a sum of €18 million being mentioned, Since then, however, the star’s form has somewhat dipped, and talk of him remaining in the south of Italy has not reappeared all that much.
The €25m rated Tiemoué Bakayoko has managed to score just one and provided one assist in twenty three appearance for Naples.
The west londoners have reportedly asked for €18 million in order for Napoli to make the move permanent, Moreover, It’s said that is a figure Partenopei’s chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis will never accept, and the two sides could sit at a table and discuss another figure
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