Napoli and Juventus in the race to sign Albert Gudmundsson


Napoli have entered the race to sign Genoa forward Albert Gudmundsson but face strong competition from Inter and Juventus. The Icelandic international has notched up an impressive 16 goals in 34 appearances for Genoa this season, and is reportedly a key target for the Nerazzurri this summer.

Sky Sport Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Napoli are now aiming to beat the competition by entering into negotiations for the 26-year-old talent. The Neapolitan club has initiated discussions with Genoa regarding the striker, and as it stands, they are leading the charge among Italian teams.

However, it’s important to note that Gudmundsson is not the sole option for Napoli’s attacking force. The final decision may also hinge on the identity of the club’s next coach, adding an additional layer of complexity to the situation.

While Napoli are making significant progress, they are not alone in their pursuit of Gudmundsson. Juventus have also entered the fray, signaling a potential tug-of-war between the two Serie A giants for his services.

In their bid to secure Gudmundsson, Juventus have reportedly proposed a deal that includes players Fabio Miretti and Enzo Barrenechea, with Miretti being a particular point of interest for Genoa.

Ultimately, the decision regarding Gudmundsson’s future will rest with the player himself, as he evaluates the offers on the table and decides which path to take in his career.


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