Pepe Reina is reportedly keen to make the move to Paris Saint-Germain, but Napoli worry about finding a replacement.
It was reported yesterday that the French club are offering €7m to take the goalkeeper to Paris, with a contract worth €3.5m on the table.
According to Tuttomercatoweb this morning, the deal on the table is for two years with an option for a third, a very tempting proposition for the 35-year-old.
While Reina wouldn’t look to force a move away from the Partenopei, his contract is expiring next summer and it appears he won’t be offered a renewal.
As a result the Spaniard is excited by the prospect of PSG, but his club are less keen on the proposal.
While TMW says the transfer fee could be as high as €9m, a high offer for a player of Reina’s age, any transfer would leave them with very little time to find a replacement.
It has been suggested that PSG would offer Alphonse Areola in exchange, but it’s unclear if that’s actually on the table.