Napoli PLOTS Graham Potter MOVE Amid Man United INTEREST!

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Napoli are on the very to sign Chelsea former manager Graham Potter who is linked to Manchester United, MySportDab reports.

The England International has been out of job since Chelsea decided on firing him after being unable to make much difference.

Graham Potter is now awaiting two top jobs which one from the Premier League and the other from the Serie A.

Manchester United were said to be linked with a move for the former Chelsea boss if Jim Ratcliffe 25 percent takeover is completed.

According to reports reaching us from Transfer News Live confirmed that Napoli are now looking to hijack the move for Graham Potter this season.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Graham Potter is waiting on Napoli to make an official move – but keeping an ear out for Manchester United to call should Sir Jim Ratcliffe decide to sack Erik ten Hag.

The former Brighton and Hove Albion boss has turned down a couple of job offers coming from Europe and Saudi Arabia.

He is currently taking his time before making a comeback which is looking more likely to see happen soon.

Lyon made an approach for the coach but he was quick to walk away from any negotiation as he wasn’t sure of making the move happen.

Marseille also made their approach known with Porter also turning down any chance of moving to France this season.

There have been a couple of other clubs who want the manager but he have remain focus on taking his time.

Napoli are hoping to make the move happen if they decide on sacking Rudi Garcia who have been unable to make anything much happen.

Graham Potter is keen on making the move happen but at the same time he is keeping his cards open for the Manchester United job if Erik Ten Hag get fired.

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