After getting an important win against Lazio in the Coppa Italia, Napoli are also working to bring in more reinforcements for Gattuso's squad. In this regard, the Partenopei are keen on Inter's Matteo Politano, who was very close to joining Roma a few days ago before the swap deal involving Spinazzola collapsed. The player is still on the market and Napoli have reached already an agreement in principle with the Nerazzurri for the 26-year-old.
Napoli have offered €25 million to buy the player outright or in the form of a loan with an obligation to buy without any additional conditions. For his part, the player has left the door open to a possible move to Napoli, as he believes that Gattuso's side could be the right choice in order to pursue a spot in the squad for the Euros and the sides - the player's agents and De Laurentiis' club - will try to reach an agreement on personal terms on Wednesday. What remains to be seen is if Roma, which at the moment can't guarantee the same conditions to Inter as the ones offered by Napoli - will submit an improved bid to the Nerazzurri.