A report has claimed Napoli boss Gennaro Gattuso could be on his way out of the club and already has an offer from a Premier League side.
Gennaro Gattuso could be on his way out of Napoli, and a report claims Wolves would be interested to swoop for the Italian manager.
Since his appointment in 2019, Gattuso has impressed the Napoli hierarchy and was even rewarded with a pay-rise within just a year at the club.
However, recent reports claim the relationship between club president Aurelio De Laurentiis and the manager has taken a sour turn of late.
After one full season in charge of the club, La Repubblica via Football Italia claim that Gattuso might be ready to step down from his role at Napoli.
The 43-year-old saw his stock rise after leading the Partenopei to Coppa Italia glory last season.
Should Gattuso choose to leave Napoli, the report claims he already has offers from all over.
Among the interested suitors, Premier League side Wolves are said to be actively monitoring the manager’s situation.
The report also names Lazio as a potential destination for the 43-year-old, provided that I Biancocelesti part ways with their current manager in Simone Inzaghi.
It remains to be seen if these reports hold water in any way. Nuno Espirito has exceeded expectations since his time at Wolves and it would come as a shock to see them part ways with the Portuguese tactician.