Napoli agreed the terms of Ilicic’s contract

REUTERS/Daniele Mascolo

Josip Iličić can move to Napoli. The Neapolitans intend to acquire attacking midfielder of Atalanta Josip Iličić and have already agreed with the Slovenian the terms of a personal contract.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, the contract with the 31-year-old football player is calculated for three years with a salary of 2.2 million euros per year. Napoli will pay 12 million euros for Iličić and give striker Roberto Inglese, who is on loan at Parma.

Iličić, who has played 30 matches, scored 12 goals and given 7 assists, will definitely move to Napoli only if Atalanta don’t play in the Champions League. Otherwise, the Slovenian will still think whether to change a team.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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