Napoli may renew their interest in Torino stopper Angelo Ogbonna following an injury to Miguel Britos.
The Uruguayan was only signed from Bologna this summer, but he's set to be out for at least the next two months.
The centre-back fractured a bone in his foot during the 5-0 loss at Barcelona on Monday which has required surgery.
His absence and that loss has now fuelled whispers that former Italian Under-21 international Ogbonna will be targeted.
The stopper has been linked with a variety of clubs, in Italy and abroad, but it remains to be seen whether Toro will sell.
The Serie B side initially valued him at €20m, but the Azzurri may tempt the Turin outfit with a bid of around €13m.
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