According to DiMazio's news, Inter Milan and Naples are continuing negotiations on the transfer of Uruguayan midfielder Vecino.
The report claims that Naples is negotiating with Inter Milan and Vecino’s agents, and the Uruguay script has indicated that he is willing to complete the transfer.
Vecino may join Naples on loan first. His loan contract will include a buyout clause. Inter Milan hopes that the buyout clause will be linked to the number of appearances. If the number of appearances meets the requirements, the player will be automatically bought out.
Inter Milan hopes to get a transfer fee of 18 million euros, while Naples may only be willing to pay 12 million.
Naples coach Gattuso regards Vecino as the perfect candidate for the team's midfielder. Vecino can replace Alan in the team.