Following André Zambo Anguissa’s loan from Fulham to Napoli in the summer, it didn’t take long until the Italian media started saying the midfielder would end up moving on a permanent deal.
The agreement allows the Serie A side to buy the player for around €15m, and after only a few appearances, that was apparently enough to convince them to trigger the clause.
Of course Anguissa’s wish is also crucial for the operation to be done, and according to the latest updates from the local media, it seems he’s indeed keen on the transfer.
Il Matino (via Area Napoli) today claims that the 25-year-old has made a decision on the future and should sign a long-term contract with Napoli.
One of the main reasons for it is that his wife and children had a good adaptation to Posilipo, and their desire is also stay there.
It’s claimed that once Napoli buy Anguissa from Fulham, then he’ll sign a three-year contract with the Serie A side, where he’ll make €2m per season plus bonuses.