Napoli and Juventus will meet on Monday about Gonzalo Higuain as Edo De Laurentiis is vague on the subject.
The Bianconeri's assault on the Argentine superstar is dominating football headlines in Italy, but it probably won't be resolved until next week.
The Partenopei's president Aurelio De Laurentiis has a meeting with the Old Lady's sporting director Beppe Marotta at the Lega Serie A on Monday.
Although the meeting had originally been scheduled to discuss the transfer of Roberto Pereyra, it's now going to include talk of Higuain as well.
Marotta is expected to present his offer for the 28-year-old, which may include the likes of Pereyra, Daniele Rugani, and Simone Zaza, or else be a cash payment alone of €94m. De Laurentiis will listen to the offer, although he has repeatedly stated he does not intend to sell Higuain.
In the meantime the fans in Naples are already losing patience. De Laurentiis' son Edo, who previously denied the story, was spotted in Dimaro, and a fan called out not to sell Higuain.
De Laurentiis jr. responded with a gesture that seemed to dismiss that possibility, according to CalcioNapoli24, and then told the fans “Guys, you have to keep calm” as more people called out to him.