Report: Kvicha Kvaratskhelia Focused On Napoli Amid Chelsea Interest
Napoli’s winger Kvicha Kvaratskhelia has been one of the most wanted players this season, so it’s not surprising that the Premier League and its clubs are taking notice.
Manchester City are showing strong interest, as are Chelsea as they look to sign a new winger. With Rafael Leao set to sign a new AC Milan deal, all eyes could be on Kvaratskhelia. The father of the player has spoken out about his son’s future and said that he is still focused on his current club, Napoli.
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As reported by Fabrizio Romano, the father of Kvicha Kvaratskhelia, Badri, has been speaking about the links to his son from clubs in the Premier League in the last couple of weeks.
Speaking to Imedi TV, Badri Kvaratskhelia had this to say about his son, “He’s not focused on Premier League links or new contract, at all – and no one told us of new deal negotiations”.
Chelsea have interest in the Georgian winger, but have made no formal approaches as of yet. Manchester City is the same. Kvaratskhelia won’t be attending this year’s World Cup. However, clubs are expected to approach him and his entourage during the break.
Napoli are expected to rise their asking price, and if he continues performing to levels he’s currently at, we could be looking at another PS100million player.
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