Stay or Leave: Representatives of Napoli striker announce plans for the summer

Representatives of one Napoli striker have publicly announced their plans for the summer transfer window, stating they want to leave the former Italian Champions.

Napoli’s failure to secure a spot in the Champions League next season could result in the loss of one of their most coveted players, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.

The Georgian winger’s agent, Mamuka Jugeli, has confirmed that Kvaratskhelia is keen to leave Napoli this summer in search of a club that can offer Champions League football.

In an interview with Georgian media outlet Sport Imedi, Jugeli expressed Kvaratskhelia’s desire to move on, stating, “I don’t want people to think that Kvara wants to stay at Napoli. We want to leave, but we are waiting for the end of the Euros so as not to disturb Khvicha. The priority is to join a team that plays in the Champions League.”

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Kvaratskhelia’s father, Badri, also supports this decision, citing the instability at Napoli as a reason for wanting his son to leave. “I don’t want my son to stay at Napoli. They changed three coaches last season, and it’s hard to play in a similar situation,” he said.

Despite Napoli’s recent appointment of Antonio Conte as their new head coach on a three-year deal, the Kvaratskhelia camp remains unconvinced about the club’s direction and stability. This skepticism is driving their intent to seek opportunities elsewhere.

Kvaratskhelia, who is approaching his third season at Stadio Maradona, has attracted interest from major European clubs such as PSG and Barcelona. Although Napoli is negotiating to extend the winger’s contract, an agreement appears to be distant, making a summer transfer increasingly probable.

Earlier this year, in March, Badri Kvaratskhelia was confident that his son would remain at Napoli beyond the summer. However, the situation has changed significantly, with both the player’s family and agent now publicly stating their desire to leave the Italian club for a Champions League team.

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