Il Mattino reflect that Napoli are still in talks with Manchester United for Marouane Fellaini, even if they are not progressing.
The two clubs have been widely reported to have reached deadlock over negotiations for an initial season-long loan deal for the Belgium international.
The issue is believed to centre on how much Napoli are willing to pay for the 12-month period, combined between a fee for United and in the percentage of the player’s wages.
Il Mattino reiterate in today’s edition that talks remain open and ongoing, but that they have yet to advance beyond this position, which is currently seen as a gap between the two clubs of between €2m and €3m.
Other reports on the deal suggest an initial official approach from the Vesuviani was only made this week.
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