Cape Town - Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne could be on the move again in the off-season, with Napoli reported being considering a swoop.
The former Southampton man has slipped down the pecking order on Merseyside over the past few seasons.
Injuries left Clyne on the sidelines and he was unable to reclaim his spot back from Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Liverpool granted Clyne permission to join Bournemouth on a short-term loan in January and a permanent exit this summer could be on the cards.
Reports claim Napoli have been monitoring his situation after being warned off Tottenham defender Kieran Tripper.
The report states that Liverpool will demand £15 million but Napoli could face competition from Bournemouth and West Ham.