A transfer intermediary reveals Napoli will sell Ivan Strinic, Jonathan de Guzman and Juan Zuniga, while Adem Ljajic rejected West Ham.
Beppe Cannella is a former director of sport at Modena and Varese, now acting as an intermediary for clubs including Napoli.
“We had sold De Guzman to Bournemouth before seeing everything blocked because of his physical condition,” Cannella told Tuttomercatoweb.
“We had also sold Ljajic from Roma to West Ham, but he chose Inter instead.
“In January we’re going to help Napoli make a few sales, above all De Guzman, Zuniga and Strinic. I think De Guzman could be of use to West Ham.”
According to La Repubblica newspaper, Napoli are threatening legal action against De Guzman for refusing the transfer to Bournemouth this summer.
The Dutch international has a medical certificate claiming he needs groin surgery, but the Partenopei dispute that.
Strinic’s exit is no surprise, as his agent complained this week at the lack of playing time since Maurizio Sarri took charge.