Giacomo Raspadori has never been so close to Napoli as tonight, Sunday 7 August. As anticipated in the afternoon, today there were new contacts - ahead of schedule - between the Azzurri and Sassuolo. The outcome was once again positive and now Napoli is really close to bringing the European champion striker to Campania.
Napoli-Raspadori, the next steps
After today's contacts, Sunday 7 August, tomorrow there will be new dialogues between Napoli and Sassuolo. A real meeting between the two clubs is planned, to get even closer in view of the closure of the negotiation.
The operation could end at a figure between 33 and 35 million for the transfer of Raspadori to Napoli. To these, bonuses and a possible percentage on resale will then be added. A sale that for Sassuolo would therefore be parallel to that of Scamacca to West Ham, a sign of how the neroverdi's receipts on their young players can have a response in the future.
Sassuolo blocks Pinamonti
With the sale of Raspadori to Napoli now one step away, Sassuolo has decided to protect itself in attack. The purchase of Julian Alvarez, who arrived more than a month ago, is not enough for the Neroverde club. The idea of Sassuolo is to focus on another striker, which is why they decided to follow the profile of Pinamonti.
The Inter striker, back from a 13-goal season at Empoli, was blocked by Carnevali and the Neroverde management, a sign of how the goal is to replace Raspadori as soon as possible in the event of a transfer. Market entanglements that move the balance of Serie A strikers: Raspadori and Pinamonti are close to two new adventures.
Written by Mohammed Ibrahim