By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Italian Serie A side SS Napoli have joined the race to sign 25-year old Cameroonian midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa from Recently-relegated Fulham FC.
Latest reports from multiple Italy-based news outlets have it that Napoli officials have reached out to their English counterparts of Fulham FC to discuss business on Anguissa.
The entry of the latest suitor means Everton, Aston Villa, Arsenal and Leeds United FC and fellow Italian side Lazio have been linked with a move for the 25-year old this summer.
The €25 million-rated midfielder was one of the most performant player at the Craven Cottage in the just-ended season.
Anguissa’s performances improved in the 2020-2021 season, as he registered three assists and created four big chances for his teammates, as well as making an average of 1.6 interceptions, 2.2 tackles and winning 7.3 duels per game over his 36 top-flight matches this term.
These returns saw the midfielder earn an average SofaScore match rating of 6.91, enough to rank him as Parker’s 10th-best performer in the Premier League last season
The former AS Fortuna midfielder was really impressive especially in some big games but unfortunately in the end Scott Parker’s men were relegated.
With multiple suitors knocking, it feels like perfect time for Tony Khan to cash in on the £67k-per-week man, to increase the resources left for the remainder of the squad and increase financial strength through whatever sales revenue generated.
Anguissa, 2018 UEFA Europa League finalist recently scored his fourth International goal for Cameroon in a 1-0 warm-up victory in Austria.
The highly-rated Cameroonian has a two-year contract at the Craven Cottage, but we have gathered that Zambo Anguissa will leave Fulham permanently this summer with Napoli now listed amongst possible destinations.
A switch to the Serie A will mean Anguissa has to adapt to life in Italy for the first time after playing professional football in Cameroon, France, Spain and England.
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