The defender has been in talks regarding a new deal at Stadio San Paolo but Inter are interested in the player while Juventus are keeping their cards close to their chest
By Romeo Agresti
Napoli defender Hugo Campagnaro is hoping to agree a new deal with the club despite rumoured interest from Juventus and Inter.
The Argentina international is out of contract at the end of the season and has been in discussions with the club regarding an extension to his deal, though agent Alejandro Mazzoni has publicly stated that no agreement has yet been reached.
Inter have made it clear that they are interested in bringing the 32-year-old to San Siro, though Juventus' reported interest is less clear as the Vecchia Signora do not want to comment on other clubs' players after problems with previous deals such as that for Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
With the January transfer window opening in under three weeks, the former Sampdoria man could be available at a low price, but any interested parties are likely to wait until a decision has been made regarding his future before weighing up their options.