Hellas Verona have reportedly placed a €15million ‘starting price’ on midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, amid interest from Tottenham and West Ham.
Amrabat has impressed with a number of outstanding displays for Hellas this season, having joined on loan from Club Brugge in the summer.
The Serie A side are preparing to turn that loan into a permanent deal in the summer for €3.5m and are fully aware that they could quadruple their money for the player.
Spurs, West Ham and Napoli have all been credited with an interest in the 23-year-old, but it would appear that it is the Italian side that is pushing the hardest to land the player.
Tuttomercatoweb reports that Napoli they offered €10m plus €2m in bonuses for Amrabat, but Hellas rejected that.
Instead, they have placed a starting price of €15m on the midfielder and made it clear to Napoli that their bid is not enough at this stage.
At this stage it is not clear whether the two London clubs will make an offer for Amrabat in January, while Fiorentina, Lazio and Milan have also registered an interest in the player.