Napoli join Paris Saint Germain, Everton and AC Milan in the race to sign Super Eagles star
By Opeyeminews | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 6905 views
According to the report from Italy, Napoli have joined a lot of teams interested in signing Super Eagles of Nigeria and Torino defender Ola Aina this summer.
Tuttomercatoweb citing the print edition of Corriere dello Sport reports that Gennaro Gattuso's Napoli are in the market to sign a new fullback, and the former Chelsea star has been identified as the best player to fill the position, because of his ability to play in both wings of the defense.
Italian serie A side Torino are set to sell the defender in the Summer transfer window, and he has been linked with a lot of teams in Europe top teams like Paris Saint Germain of France, Everton and Crystal Palace of England, AC Milan, Fiorentina and Napoli in Italy etc.
The versatile defender joined Torino from Chelsea last summer for the region of €10 million, and he is expected to leave around the same amount of money.
He is an international teammate of Victor Osimhen, who is on the verge of joining Napoli from Lille Football club of France, for the region of €81 million.
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