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Juventus aim to sabotage Napoli move for Genoa starlet
10/01/2019, 10:40
Genoa's 21-year-old Ivorian forward Christian Kouame has been a name strongly linked to Napoli in the past month - with it thought Ancelotti's side are nearing a deal with Genoa and the player himself to bring him to Naples.

Kouame, alongside high-scoring teammate Piatek, has been attracting plenty of interest for his good performances - which, alongside Piatek, are responsible for keeping Genoa clear of the relegation zone for now. It was thought that Kouame was very close to a deal to Napoli but now, as per reports from Tuttosport, Juventus' sporting director Fabio Paratici has made an eleventh hour move for the Ivorian - in the hope of signing a talent and hurting Napoli at the same time.

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