Juventus and Inter Linked to Wantaway Di Lorenzo

Giovanni Di Lorenzo wants to leave Napoli and relayed it to new director Giovanni Manna, and Juventus and Inter have taken an interest in him. The Azzurri captain is under contract until 2028 and earns €3.5M annually, TuttoSport informed.

The defender was partially booed in the season finale. He may leave Italy altogether. Atletico Madrid, Aston Villa, and Manchester United inquired.

His agent Mario Giuffredi turned the tables on the team talking to TVPlay.

“He had a chat with Manna like all his teammates. He said that he felt like the management didn’t trust him anymore. The director voiced his esteem. However, president Aurelio De Laurentiis wants to sell him. His sensation proved to be right. At that point, given the situation, he explained that he wished to flee. A captain must perceive the team’s confidence.”

“We had never thought about departing until that point. We extended the contract to stay for good. Many top teams asked for him after the rumors. Antonio Conte? We have made our decision. It’s only right to close a chapter.”

Per Gianluca Di Marzio, the likely new coach will ask to take the fullback off the market. Juventus and Inter have set sights on Di Lorenzo as they’ll probably both have an opening on the right. Though, Napoli won’t give him away, Alfredo Pedullà informs. The Bianconeri have better chances, but the Partenopei demand at least €20M.

Our Take on Di Lorenzo, Juventus, and Inter

The Old Lady does have a big question mark there, and the connection is easy. Still, it’s unlikely any Italian side will spend that much for a 30-year-old, even if they thought he could play as well as in 2022/2023.

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