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Napoli Explores the Option of Signing Gonçalo Inácio for Defensive Reinforcement

Napoli Explores the Option of Signing Gonçalo Inácio for Defensive Reinforcement

In their ongoing pursuit of a capable defender, Napoli has turned its attention to Gonçalo Inácio as a potential target. While Kevin Danso of Racing Club Lens remains a priority, the Italian club has reportedly activated a new avenue in their search for a central defender. According to reliable sources at TMW, Napoli’s management has taken note of Inácio’s talents and potential.

Aged 21, Inácio is currently plying his trade in Portugal with Sporting CP. With a contract running until June 2026, the highly-rated defender has caught the attention of several English clubs during this summer’s transfer window.

Valued at approximately €45 million by Sporting CP, the Portuguese international (with two national team appearances) boasts an impressive season with four goals and three assists in 52 appearances across all competitions.

Napoli’s interest in Inácio highlights their determination to bolster their defensive ranks in preparation for the upcoming season. The club recognizes the young defender’s solid performances and sees him as a potential addition capable of making an impact at the highest level.

With his composed presence at the heart of the defense, Inácio possesses valuable attributes that Napoli seeks in a center-back. His ability to read the game, strong aerial presence, and reliable distribution skills make him an enticing prospect for manager Luciano Spalletti.

Should Napoli successfully secure the services of Gonçalo Inácio, they would not only enhance their defensive options but also make a statement of intent to compete at the highest level both domestically and in European competitions.

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