The new Partenopei boss is keen to bolster his attacking ranks following the £55 million sale of last season's Serie A top scorer Edinson Cavani to Paris Saint-Germain
The Uruguayan forward, who was the top goalscorer in last season's Serie A, joined Paris Saint-Germain in a deal worth £55 million this week, leaving a gap in the Partenopei squad.
The club are believed to be close to signing Real Madrid centre-back Raul Albiol and the former Chelsea boss is now aiming to bolster his side's front line.
"We are looking for a striker," the Spaniard said at a meeting with fans on Thursday. "We've signed Albiol, a central defender, who can also play in midfield. But we ware missing something in attack.
"Two attackers are a possibility. But the midfielders we have in the team I like: we have quality and quantity. These are the features that I like."
Internacional forward Leandro Damiao and wantaway Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain have been linked with a move to the Italian giants, who finished second in Serie A last season.