On April 30th, we carried a report from Sky Italia, who explained that Kieran Trippier would give Manchester United ‘priority’, if they push for his transfer in the summer.
Napoli are also chasing the right-back and they have seen their initial offer, in the region of €15-20m, turned down by Spurs.
Calciomercato in Italy claims interest from the Naples based club in signing the 28-year-old is ‘much more concrete’, but they will face competition from the Premier League for the defender.
It is explained the Red Devils are ‘in the front row’ for the England international as the 20-time English champions are interested in the fullback.
The report further points out Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are the player’s ‘first choice’, which gives Manchester United an advantage over Napoli in signing Trippier.
Trippier ‘wants to get away’ after this season and Mauricio Pochettino’s side will demand a €35m fee to sanction his sale in the summer.