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Napoli’s plan to block Kvaratskhelia’s departure

Georgian is one of PSG’s targets to replace Mbappé.

Napoli have launched a strong bid to retain their star, Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, by proposing to triple his salary if he agrees to a new contract until June 2029. This move is aimed at curbing the interest of Paris Saint-Germain, who have set their sights on the talented Georgian player.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Napoli are willing to offer Kvaratskhelia a new deal worth €5 million per season, plus bonuses that could raise his salary to €7 million per year over time. This offer represents a significant increase from his current salary of €1.8 million, a figure that places him among the lowest-paid players on the team despite his crucial contribution to the recent Scudetto title.

Napoli want to protect Kvaratskhelia from PSG’s interest

Kvaratskhelia, who joined Napoli from Dinamo Batumi in the summer of 2022, has been a key part of the club’s success. However, his low salary compared to his teammates has fueled his desire to seek new opportunities, with PSG being one of the main interested parties. The Parisians are reportedly willing to offer him a contract worth €11 million per season, an offer that would be difficult for the Italian club to match.

Napoli, aware of Kvaratskhelia’s value, have begun intensive negotiations with his agent, Mamuka Jugeli, who recently traveled to Italy to discuss the terms of the new contract. New manager Antonio Conte has made it clear his desire to keep the talented winger at the club, rejecting PSG’s €110 million offer.

The coming weeks will be crucial for Kvaratskhelia’s future, as the player will have to decide whether to accept Napoli’s improved offer or embark on a new stage of his career in Paris. Napoli fans are anxiously awaiting the outcome, hoping that their star will remain at the club and continue to shine at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium.

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