As part of the second part of their summer retreat at Castel di Sangro, Napoli appear to be facing some tension. Indeed, according to the information reported by our colleagues from TuttoNapoli, Hirving Lozano was excluded from the partial final by coach Rudi Garcia. This decision seems to have been difficult to take for the Mexican player, who showed his dissatisfaction quite visibly. He left the training court kicking the ball twice, first against the fourth referee’s bench and then towards the field of play itself.
This exclusion of Lozano raises questions about his future at Napoli. Rumors from Mexico point to negotiations between the player and Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles FC. Should this transfer materialize, it would solve a small puzzle in the transfer market for the Italian champions.
Interestingly, Lozano, nicknamed ‘Chucky’, is considered one of the most promising talents in Mexican football. His exclusion from the partial and his nervous behavior suggest a malaise within the Neapolitan team. However, it should be noted that this information remains rumors for the moment and that no official confirmation has been given.
Napoli, who recently won the Italian league title, could therefore lose one of their key players. Should Lozano’s transfer to Los Angeles FC go through, it would mark a turning point in his career and could also have repercussions for Napoli. To be followed closely.