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According to "Marca" reports, Napoli are actively operating the process of introducing Celta midfielder Lobotka, and the two sides currently only have a difference of 5 million euros.It is reported that the negotiations between Naples and Celta went relatively smoothly. Celta bid 25 million euros for the Slovakia international, while Naples' bid was 20 million euros.
The "World Sports Daily" report pointed out that Lobotka is expected to switch to Naples in the form of a loan with a buyout clause, the loan fee is 3 million euros, and the amount of the buyout clause is 17 million euros.Meanwhile, Lobotka has followed Napoli's official Instagram account, with the 25-year-old Slovakia international making 17 appearances for Celta this season.
For more information on "Naples is close to finalizing Lobotka, the total transfer price reaches 20 million euros", please continue to pay attention to the scientific and technological information column, and the editor will continue to update you with more scientific and technological information.According to the "Daily Mail" report, in addition to Manchester City and Tottenham, Manchester United has also joined the battle for Norwich midfielder Cantwell.
Although only 21, Cantwell has already scored his sixth goal of the season against Crystal Palace. At present, his goals in the team are second only to Pukki, who scored 9 goals, and his worth is expected to be around 30 million pounds.With Pogba and McTominay injured, Manchester United do need to strengthen their midfield in the winter window. Cantwell is also in line with Manchester United's signing plan. He is very young and is also a native of England. In addition, Manchester United are also interested in Leicester City's Maddison, Villa's Grealish and Newcastle's Longstaff.