Napoli have joined Watford and West Ham in the race to sign Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra.
The Argentinean was something of a bit-part player for the Italian champions last season, starting just nine Serie A games.
And now Juve appear willing to cash in on the 25-year-old as they bid to bring in some new faces of their own.
They are holding out for around £15million for the playmaker, with both Watford and West Ham keeping a close eye on the situation.
However, according to reports in Italy, now Napoli are ready to make their move for Pereyra, who they hope will want to stay in Serie A.
The midfielder has been playing his football in Italy since joining Udinese from River Plate in 2011 and Napoli are hoping he extends his stay by joining them.