Napoli officially has no intention of selling Hirving Lozano at a reduced price, at least not for this season.
Amid the alleged involvement of Everton and Manchester United, La Gazzetta dello Sport maintains that Gli Azzurri will remain patient with the player.
The report adds that Napoli will charge a fee of 48,5 million euro if any club takes a formal approach during the next transfer window.
Lozano has a contract at the San Paolo Stadium until the end of the 2023-24 campaign. Though the Mexico International has only eight start-ups and eight replacement outings, it has been reported that Napoli might be ready to sell the 24-year-old.
Since moving to the Italian giants’ last summer, the winger has contributed only two goals and one assist to Serie A.