Napoli Director, Cristiano Giuntoli, has insisted “things are going well” in the team and they don’t need to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United in January.
Ronaldo is believed to be open to a return to Serie A, less than 18 months after leaving Juventus to move back to Old Trafford.
The 37-year-old is no longer an automatic pick at United, as Erik ten Hag has left him on the bench for several important fixtures.
So far, Ronaldo has started only six games and has two goals to his name.
Serie A leaders Napoli have been linked with a move in the winter market for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner
However, Giuntoli while speaking to DAZN, said,
“Ronaldo in January? We won’t sign any players in January. We don’t need to change anything in this team. We’re doing great and we’re not planning any signing, as of today.
“I might be repetitive, but we really are not thinking about the transfer market right now. And even if I did have to talk about it, I would say we need nothing, because there are no problems in the squad that need to be repaired.
“Things are going so well that we would not make a single move.”