Napoli, the Italian football club, is actively pursuing strategies to strengthen its defensive line after the departure of Kim Min-Jae to Bayern Munich for a remarkable 50 million euros. Having acquired the South Korean talent for a mere 18 million euros less than a year ago, Napoli is now in a strong financial position and is keen on finding a suitable replacement for their departed center-back.
According to reports from Sportitalia, Napoli has set its sights on Kevin Danso, a 24-year-old Austrian defender, who currently plays for RC Lens. Danso’s performances in the French club have been stellar, making him an ideal candidate in Napoli’s search for a reliable and agile central defender. Nevertheless, RC Lens will be unable to retain the talented defender, which presents Napoli with an opportune moment to secure his services.
With a substantial budget and ample resources at their disposal, Napoli is ready to delve into the transfer market and provide necessary reinforcement to their backline. The club’s decision-makers view Danso as the best-suited individual to fill the defensive void left by Min-Jae’s departure. His presence on the field would not only bolster the team’s defensive capabilities but also add an element of strength and composure to their overall gameplay.
While details of the potential transfer remain undisclosed, Napoli’s interest in Danso signifies their commitment to building a resilient and competitive squad for the upcoming season.