Earlier this year, reports coming out of Italy suggested Manchester United and Napoli are the two clubs chasing Hirving Lozano.
Over the past few weeks, the claims of the interest from the Red Devils have cooled off, while the PSV Eindhoven star continued to be linked with the Serie A side.
Rai Sport journalist Ciro Venerato was the guest on CalcioNapoli24 TV’s show called ‘CalcioNapoli24 Live’ and talked about the Mexico international’s links with the two aforementioned clubs and Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italian website have relayed his comments and Venerato explains there’s an agreement between Carlo Ancelotti’s side and the winger’s agent Mino Raiola.
However, the player has not agreed to join the club from Naples because he’s waiting to find out if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and PSG will ‘follow up’ the interest they had shown to his representative.
Should neither Manchester United or PSG proceed, then Lozano ‘could choose’ to take Napoli’s offer of €2.5m per season that will increase every year, depending on the number of appearances and wins.
Napoli are willing to offer €40m for the attacker, while PSV are demanding €50m. Venerato believes Raiola can help the transfer be concluded for €45m.
Lozano scored 17 goals and registered eight assists in the 30 league games last season.