On June 11th, we relayed news from Italy that Napoli have submitted a bid for Hirving Lozano and PSV Eindhoven are happy with the offer made by the Serie A side.
The Mexico international has not yet agreed to join the Naples club because he believes Manchester United will contact him ‘sooner or later’.
Rai journalist Ciro Venerato has told CalcioNapoli24 that apart from the Red Devils, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur are also looking at the winger.
Regarding the interest from the Champions League runners-up, Venerato claims that Spurs have ‘joined the race’ to sign the 23-year-old after Real Madrid set their sights on Son Heung-min.
That’s a whole new tangent. So far, there’s nothing serious to suggest Los Blancos’ interest in the South Korean.
In addition to this, the La Liga giants signed Eden Hazard from Chelsea and his preferred position is on the left side of the attack, the same as Son’s.
Having already sealed the Belgium international’s signing, it is highly unlikely Real Madrid will prioritise the Tottenham player, and there’s not even a rumour building.
If Spurs’ interest in Lozano is down to Son’s potential exit, then there is a possibility the interest in the former may not be serious.
Should Tottenham, United and PSG drop their interest in signing PSV attacker, then Lozano is willing to join Napoli.
PSV are demanding €50m for the player, while Carlo Ancelotti’s side are ready to offer €40m. Lozano’s agent Mino Raiola is convinced the two clubs can find an agreement for the transfer.