In home Naples these are hectic hours on the transfer market, with the blue club called to give answers, especially as regards the goalkeepers.
Yesterday, he underwent medical examinations Salvatore Sirigu, who will join the Azzurri with a one-year contract plus an option. Also included is a termination clause, which provides for an indemnity of one hundred thousand euros in the event that the second season does not start.
News are awaited, however, for the teammate who will join the former Genoa and Turin in blue. In this regard, the most accredited names are those of Keylor Navas And Kepa Arrizabalaga.
In the event of the arrival of one of the two extreme defenders, the doors of the assignment are opened for Alex Meret, who did not sign the renewal of the contract due to the lack of guarantees on a technical-tactical level.
Spezia transfer market: the Meret track reopens
For Bartlomej Dragowski at the Spice everything seemed done: the goalkeeper, still owned by Fiorentina, seemed to all intents and purposes the designated heir of Provedelpurchased from Lazio.
However, according to what was reported by the transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marziothe Fiorentina asked Dragowski to give up the salary for the month of July and that of August. A request that has greatly irritated the player, who is ready to return to Tuscany.
At this point, if the dispute between the Polish goalkeeper and Fiorentina is not resolved, Spezia could at that point return to the profile of the other goalkeeper evaluated in recent weeks, namely Alex Meret.
Meanwhile – we read -, there were around midnight new contacts between the two clubsFiorentina and Spezia, to try to clarify the situation, which however were not decisive: therefore the player remains determined to return to Florence.
UPDATE AT 09:00 – According to what was announced by Gianluca Di Marzio, the problems between Fiorentina and Dragowski would have been resolved, with the latter ready to sign with Spezia. A scenario that definitively sweeps the Meret track for the Ligurian club.