Sky Sport Italia claim Kostas Manolas has agreed personal terms with Napoli, but Roma could accept a player exchange rather than his €36m release clause.
The Greek international defender is seen as the ideal partner for Kalidou Koulibaly and a replacement for Raul Albiol, who is heading back to Villarreal for €6m.
According to the latest reports, Manolas has given the all-clear to join Napoli, so now the two clubs need to agree their terms.
Tuttomercatoweb add that the personal terms are €3.5m per year plus bonuses.
He has a release clause in his contract worth €36m, but Sky Sport Italia claim Roma would be prepared to discuss a player transfer as part of the deal.
It was rumoured they had offered Amadou Diawara, but that the Giallorossi asked for Dries Mertens instead.
Juventus and Milan are also interested in Manolas, although he seems to have chosen Carlo Ancelotti’s team.