Napoli are planning to make a move for Jack Wilshere with the Serie A side set to offer £13.2m for the Arsenal star.
The Englishman is desperate to work his way back into the Three Lions team in time to make the World Cup under Gareth Southgate.
However, with Arsene Wenger likely to use him in and out of the senior team, the lure of working in another league, first team football and the opportunity to finally win a league title could prove too much.
The midfielder will be able to leave on a free transfer next summer, which may convince Arsenal to cash in with an offer such as the one Calcioline feel the Partenopei are preparing.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have reportedly joined the hunt to re-sign Jonny Evans from West Bromwich Albion.
The 29-year-old came from the ranks at Old Trafford and spent nine seasons in the senior team before leaving for the Hawthorns in 2015.
Since leaving the Red Devils, Evans has become an indispensable footballer for both West Brom and Northern Ireland, drawing interest from some of the Premier League’s top teams.
As reported by The Mirror, Jose Mourinho has earmarked Evans for a January move as a successor for Eric Bailly, who has been ruled out for at least three months after ankle damage.
The report claims that Mourinho deemed Louis van Gaal’s decision to offload the defender a mistake, however, is aware of possible competition from the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal.
Evans, who has played 80 games for West Brom, is contracted to the Midlands side until June 2019.