Conte-Napoli, the agreement will be three-year and without clauses. Di Lorenzo, case already returned?

Antonio Conte is increasingly closer to the Napoli bench. Another day of copious work for the lawyers on both sides who are rereading and defining the final details before the white smoke. The agreement between the parties was reached on the basis of a three-year contract which does not allow exit strategies after just one year on the part of either Conte or De Laurentiis. The manager from Lecce will sign a contract worth six million euros net per year plus bonuses linked to qualification for the next Champions League and the Scudetto.

The new coach said he was happy to be part of the new Napoli project which will include a profound renewal but, at the same time, asked the club to confirm some key players including Kvicha Kvaratskhelia (in PSG’s sights) and Giovanni Di Lorenzo, captain who in recent days through his agent had expressed his desire to change club but has already been reassured by the new staff about his centrality in the project that is emerging.

These are the words released earlier this week by Mario Giuffredi: “Di Lorenzo had a conversation with Manna in recent days, as did all his teammates. They spoke about the year that is coming to an end and the prospects for next season. Di Lorenzo expressed feelings to Manna about a lack of confidence from part of the club towards him. To this statement from the captain, Manna expressed his strong personal esteem, but there is a willingness on the part of the president De Laurentiis to sell in exchange for an offer the lack of trust in him had become reality. At that point, taking note of the president’s thoughts, he explained to sporting director Manna that without the necessary trust he would want to leave Naples there could be a captain who was disheartened by his club.” .