Manchester United has recently been rumoured to be targeting the figures of Giovanni Di Lorenzo. The Manchester United coaching team was thrilled with Di Lorenzo's cool action with the Italian national team at Euro 2020.
CalcioNapoli24 claim that United should forget their plans to sign Di Lorenzo. Because Napoli is reportedly reluctant to sell the defender this summer.
According to the report, Napoli assesses that Di Lorenzo is a key player for their team. He is considered one of the best right-backs in Italy. While looking for a good right-back is relatively difficult.
So Napoli prefers to keep him rather than sell him this summer. The report also claims that Napoli is in a strong position to keep Di Lorenzo. The defender just extended his contract in Naples last year. His new contract binds him in Naples until 2025.
So Napoli is in a strong position not to sell DI Lorenzo this summer. Manchester United have several alternative options for the right-back position. United are reportedly interested in signing Kieran Trippier and Max Aarons this summer.
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