Napoli: ADL confirms Anguissa’s permanent move from Fulham

by | May 18, 2022 13:37

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis confirms André Zambo Anguissa will remain at Napoli next season.

The Cameroon international moved to the Stadio Maradona on loan with an option to buy from Fulham last summer and has been one of the standout performers for the Partenopei this season.

Napoli boss Luciano Spalletti has been pushing for his permanent signing and Napoli chairman De Laurentiis has confirmed that the 26-year-old will remain at the club next season.

“Anguissa will remain for sure, but I can’t tell you everything we have in mind,” De Laurentiis told journalists at a press conference today, answering a question about the club’s transfer strategies.

Napoli will pay circa €15m to sign the midfielder permanently from Fulham.

ADL met Spalletti on Monday to plan the summer transfer window. The Partenopei will prepare for 2022-23 with a training retreat at Dimaro from July 9 to 19. Today, De Laurentiis and Spalletti held a press conference to discuss the team’s pre-season with the media.

“There will be some friendly matches, as usual, and we’ll have the chance to welcome more than 1,000 fans in the stands,” said De Laurentiis.

“Hopefully, there won’t be limitations, we want to entertain the fans.

“It will be a retreat dedicated to the psycho-physical reconstruction of the whole football movement since we are coming out of two years not very edifying for everyone. When I watch games like Man City vs. Real Madrid, I have a heart full of joy and I hope Italian football can return to certain levels.

“Someone said that Serie A’s level has scaled down, but this season has been fought until the end and this is something new. If it were so easy to win one, one would always do it. Someone did it in the past [Juventus], but things have changed for them.”


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