- Giovanni Di Lorenzo could be on his way to Premier League side Manchester United this summer from Napoli
- Manchester United are seriously looking for the transfer of the Italian defender who has been impressive at EURO 2020
- Lorenzo has played 69 games for Napoli since he joined the club in 2019 from Empoli and he has six goals
Italy international and Napoli defender Giovanni Di Lorenzo has reportedly emerged as summer transfer target for Manchester United who have been monitoring him at the EURO 2020 tournament.
So far in the 2020 EURO tournament, Giovanni Di Lorenzo has been impressive for Italy as they prepare to face England in the final of the competition.
And Di Lorenzo will almost certainly line up for Italy against England at Wembley on Sunday in what would be his fifth start of the tournament.
But his club career now looks to be up in the air following rumours linking him with a move to Manchester United before the start of next season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United who are Premier League giants are considering a move to sign embattled Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti in the ongoing transfer window.
But the Red Devils will have to face serious competition for the signing of the Frenchman from Arsenal who are also interested in signing him this summer.
The Red Devils are leading the chase for the powerful centre-back. The French defender fell out of favour under Ronald Koeman at the Nou Camp last season and was only able to play 16 games throughout the whole term as Barcelona failed to win the League title.
Before the end of last year, Samuel Umtiti was linked with a move to join Carlo Ancelotti at Everton, but the coach later left the Premier League side for a return to Real Madrid.
Also, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United who are top Premier League giants submitted bid for Real Madrid star Raphael Varane and Eduardo Camavinga who is on the books of Rennes.
Since the completion of the outgone Premier League season, Manchester United have been trying to bolster their squad ahead of the coming term in the topflight.