Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani has admitted that the club could make moves for Napoli duo Eduardo Vargas and Marco Donadel.
The Delfini face Walter Mazzarri's men on Sunday, and the Adriatico side's owner has conceded that the club could strike a deal this weekend for the pair.
“Vargas and Donadel are the property of Napoli,” he told Radio Crc. “So it's too early to comment, but we'll see what we can do in the next few weeks.
“Maybe we can talk after the game on Sunday about a deal. I have not spoken to [Napoli President Aurelio] De Laurentiis, but we will talk soon.”
Vargas has failed to start a single League game this season, whilst Donadel has only played a total of three minutes of Serie A football in the campaign.
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