Atalanta youngster Manolo Gabbiadini is being watched by clubs right across Europe, insists his agent.
The Under-21 international, who will turn 20 later this month, is starting to make a name for himself in the Italian game.
Recent reports have linked him with a possible switch to Napoli and his representative has confirmed their interest.
“I don’t think that Atalanta will want to let go of him in January, but who wouldn’t want to play at the Stadio San Paolo in Naples?” said Silvio Pagliari.
“Manolo is being followed by a variety of clubs, not just Italian, and Napoli are among them,” continued the representative.
“But Atalanta are not a team who sell their players without being handsomely paid for them…”
Gabbiadini, who scored his 10th goal for the Azzurrini in their game against Hungary this week, is a product of the Atalanta youth system.
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