Serie A outfit, Napoli are in the race to sign young Croatian star player Marko Pjaca, according to reports in Italy.
The talented 21-year old was in impressive form during the Euro 2016 tournament in France before they were knocked out by Portugal. A host of clubs are in the race to sign the player but the Italian giant are reportedly ahead of Liverpool and other clubs that are desperate for the signature of the player.
Pjaca was easily of the identifiable stars of the future in the Croatian make up lead by Ante Cacic. Aside Liverpool, The Red Devils have been linked with a move to England. Inter Milan and Juventus are believed to have made contact with Dynamo Zagbreb for the player. Inter made a bid of £12.6 million but Juventus improved on the offer with a £14.2 million. Reports from Express claim Napoli have embarrassed the young player by doubling offers for him with a bid of £29.3 million alongside his team mate Marko Rog.
The player recently denied reports using his Facebook profile that he was moving to inter Milan. He hinted that he was set to continue his career with Dynamo Zagreb after his vacation. The Sporting director seems to say otherwise as he claimed Premier League clubs were in a pole position to sign him this summer. Liverpool and Manchester United are the clubs that have been linked with the player.
Pjaca joined Zagreb from city rivals Lokomotiva Zagreb back in 2014 while Rog joined Stadion Maksimir from RNK Split in the last campaign. La Gazetta dello Sport, an Italian source reveal that Napoli have made the bid for the double swoop and hope to receive a favourable response from Zagreb. Liverpool and Man United have made a number of signings already but they are likely to acquire more players.