The two clubs have been widely reported to have reached deadlock over negotiations for an initial season-long loan deal for the Belgium international.
The issue is believed to centre on how much Napoli are willing to pay for the 12-month loan, involving a fee for United and a percentage of the player’s wages.
Il Mattino reiterate in today’s edition that talks remain open and ongoing, but that they have yet to advance beyond this impasse, with a gap between the two clubs of between €2m and €3m.
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