Napoli insists for Tottenham's Kieran Trippier: the first offer presented by the club of Aurelio De Laurentiis was between 18 and 20 million euros for the 28-year-old right-back, however, the distance between the Partenopei and the English side was said to be at least 15 million euros. Therefore, 35 million euros is the fee demanded for the English international; they will continue to negotiate as the player has shown his liking and appreciation of the club and the engagement is within the parameters. The biggest obstacle in securing Trippier could be the competition from Manchester United: the player, being from Manchester, is said to give priority to the Reds in the event of an offer.
Although Kieran remains the number one priority for the right flank, other possible candidates have also emerged, such as Ferland Mendy from Lyon: the 1995 born player is also sought by Real Madrid and is not worth less than a fee of 40 million euros. Contact with the French club of Jean-Michel Aulas have already started, although the previous operations attempted by the Campanians (for Gonalons and Tolisso) did not end well.
Other possible targets are Ismaël Bennacer from Empoli and Hirving Lozano from PSV Eindhoven.