Napoli star Fabian Ruiz has reportedly agreed personal terms with PSG, but talks between the Ligue 1 giants and the Partenopei are still ongoing.
The Spain international is unwilling to extend his contract expiring in June 2023, so Napoli need to sell him in the summer to avoid seeing him leave on a free transfer at the end of the season.
As per Alfredo Pedullà, Ruiz has already agreed personal terms with PSG who could sign him for nothing in June. However, the Ligue 1 giants’ director Campos is pushing to get the former Betis star this summer.
Napoli’s asking price is €30m, but PSG have reportedly offered €20m plus €5m add-ons.
The Partenopei are considering the latest offer from France and may soon give their green light to his sale.
Juventus are closely monitoring the situation as Fabian Ruiz’s move to the Parc des Princes would pave the way for Leandro Paredes’ exit. The former Roma and Empoli midfielder is a top transfer target for the Old Lady who is still looking for midfield reinforcements.