Given the intensifying rumours surrounding Paulo Dybala’s free agency, Napoli manager Luciano Spalletti was asked to clarify his club’s stance in the matter.
Napoli, along with Roma, remain interested in the Argentine footballer – the two clubs have overtaken Inter, who are now trailing behind after talks with Dybala’s entourage broke down earlier in the month.
“I’ve been reading in the papers that many teams are interested in him,” Spalletti told CalcioNapoli24.
“But at the moment his contractual demands are too high.”
“It’s up to the club to reflect on this situation,” he added.