Napoli consider Khvicha Kvaratskhelia ‘untransferable’

Former Serie A champions Napoli consider Khvicha Kvaratskhelia untransferable this summer and have held a new meeting for a possible renewal.

La Gazzetta du Sport reported today that Napoli CEO Aurelio de Laurentiis met with Kvaratskhelia’s father earlier in May and his agent was also present at the meeting. The talks were positive and Napoli were keen to make the point that they wanted to offer a player a new contract and would not sell him in the summer.

De Laurentiis wants to give Kvaratskhelia the type of contract that fulfills his role in the team and the demands of the player’s entourage are 5 million euros per season, with Napoli currently being 4 million euros per season, bonus Understood. Kvaratskhelia wants his future to be defined before playing at the Euro.

There is pressure from other clubs, with Barcelona having been in contact with the player’s agent for a few months now. Manchester City have also already made contact and Paris Saint-Germain are also keeping tabs on the player. For De Laurentiis and Napoli, the Georgian is untransferable and only in case of huge offers would they be open to selling him.