Napoli are interested in Inter's Matias Vecino as a reinforcement for their midfield. The Partenopei are in talks with Inter and the player's agent over a possible move to the San Paolo.
The player has already given his greenlight to the transfer, while the two clubs are discussing over the formula of the deal. The former Fiorentina midfielder could join Napoli on loan with option to buy, that could become an obligation to buy once the player makes a certain number of appearances with Napoli. The clubs are also in talks over the potential figures of the deal, with Inter asking €18 million, whereas Napoli offer €12 million.
Despite being out with an injury until the end of November, Vecino is held in high regard by the Partenopei's coach Gattuso, who sees him as the perfect midfielder to play in a two- or a three men midfield or even in a more attacking position. Hence Napoli's desire to get the player on loan with option to buy, as they want to test the player's physical condition before potentially signing him on a permanent deal.