Hellas Verona duo Sofyan Amrabat and Amir Rrahmani are reportedly heading to Napoli next summer, in a double deal worth a total of €30m.
Amrabat has been linked with a move to the Azzurri after impressing in Serie A this term and the Gazzetta dello Sport reveals that he will be moving to the San Paolo next summer.
According to the newspaper, he will be followed by his current teammate Rrahmani, who has also been linked with the Partenopei since last month.
Two days ago, Amrabat confirmed the move to Napoli was “almost complete”and the outlet now claims both players will cost Napoli a total of €30m in June.
The 23-year-old came to Verona on loan from Club Brugge last summer and will activate an option to buy the player for €3.5m before they re-sell him next summer.
The player has already played for the Belgian side this season and could not move during the next transfer market, as one can’t represent three clubs in one term.
Rrahmani is added to the list, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport. The 25-year-old came from Dinamo Zagreb last summer and has established himself as a regular in the Verona defence, earning himself a move to the San Paolo next summer.
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