Napoli stars Dries Mertens and Jose Callejon are reportedly still taking time to decide their futures.
Mertens and Callejon have been key parts of the partenopei sides over the last few years. Both joined the club in the summer of 2013 and have been at the club through three managers, appearing over 200 times.
Rai Sport claim that with both having contracts that expire in the summer of 2020, Napoli have decided to offer them two-year deals to tie them down till the summer of 2022. But the Belgian and the Spaniard are still to confirm their desires and are taking time.
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