Napoli are showing interest to sign Fulham midfielder André-Frank Zambo Anguissa in the final two days of the summer window.
On Sunday evening, Sky Italia reported the Serie A side identified the midfielder as a target following their unsuccessful attempt to sign Cagliari’s Nahitan Nández.
Sky said the Naples club have made an offer to Marco Silva’s side after finding an agreement with Anguissa.
Luciano Spalletti’s side want to sign the 25-year-old on a loan deal with the right of redemption set at €10m, but the Cottagers prefer to insert the ‘obligation to redeem’.
Another Italian website, Calciomercato, now state Napoli have ‘received a green light’ from the Championship side to conclude the Cameroon international’s transfer.
Having reached an agreement with the player, Napoli convinced Fulham to accept their formula to sign Anguissa on loan with the right of redemption of €10m.
In the ‘next few hours’, Anguissa is expected to arrive in Italy for his medical tests and then sign a contract with his new club.