By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
Italian Serie A giants SSL Napoli will rival fellow Serie A side AC Milan, Premier League side Watford and Dutch Eredivisie side Ajax Amsterdam for the services of FC Brugge forward Krépin Diatta.
The highly-rated forward has had an impressive season for Club Brugge.
Last month reports emerged from the Belgian media linking the 21-year-old Senegalese winger Krepin Diatta with a move away from the club.
Reports from Italy say Napoli have joined above-mentioned clubs in the persuit of the winger and have reached out to Club Brugge for financial details sorrounding the sales of the winger.
This comes at a time when Brugge is not having it their way in terms of finances.
Krepin has had a good campaign at the Jan Breydel stadium, he has featured in 28 games in all competitions with a huge return of eight goals from those games.
The forward has been of great input to Brugge this term.
He joined Brugge in January 2018 on a four and a half years deal. The performance of the former Sapsborg O8 man has repeatedly caught the attention of bigger clubs.
His current deal with Brugge runs out in the summer of 2022. But it is hard to see Brugge holding unto him till then. The Belgian champions could cash in on him if a buyer brings an offer that meets their needs.
Ajax Amsterdam are current favourites in the race for his signature as they could employ a swap deal option giving their 23-year-old Romanian midfielder Gabriel Razvan Marin is on the Redar of the Belgian giants.
Having come through the Oslo Football Academy the native from Senegal looks increasingly on his way to greatness.
The forward is a full international for the Teranga Lions of Senegal.
He has made 10 appearances and scored once Under coach Aliou Cisse.
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