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02/01/2019 - 14:03 GMT

Wolves Bid For Napoli Midfielder Not High Enough

 




Wolves have tabled an offer for Napoli midfielder Amadou Diawara, who is also a target for Serie A giants Fiorentina in January.

Diawara’s future at Napoli has been subject to much conjecture over the last few months, with suggestions that the club are prepared to let him go in the January transfer window.




Napoli have denied that they want to sell the midfielder but rumours over his future have been persistent with a number of clubs believed to be interested.

Fiorentina are very much interested in signing him and even Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with an interest in the 21-year-old midfielder.

 


Wolves have also been keeping tabs on him and, according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, Napoli have received an offer on their table from the Premier League.

The newly-promoted side spent big last summer and are planning to do the same during the winter window as well.

 


However, their offer has been rejected as it is not close to matching the €40m figure Napoli want for Diawara.

Wolves remain interested and they could return to the negotiating table with a fresh bid in the coming days and weeks.