Hirving Lozano and Napoli won 1-0 against Torino to secure third place in Serie A and try to put pressure on Inter Milan and Milan, the teams in first and second place in the Italian league.
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With the win, Napoli is now 73 points and in third place, ahead of Juventus. They also secured a place in next season's UEFA Champions League.
Despite qualifying for the Champions League, the Mexican could leave Napoli, as there are teams from the Premier League interested in his services. According to different sources, Hirving would leave the Italian club, a team with which he has had many ups and downs.
Which Premier League teams are interested in Lozano?
Mexican footballer Hirving Lozano is being monitored by Liverpool's board ahead of the next transfer window. The former Pachuca player could leave Napoli at the end of the season and the Reds are considering the possibility of bringing him to Anfield.
According to journalist Nicolò Schira, who on his official Twitter account describes himself as an "expert on the transfer market", the squad led by Jurgen Klopp is attentive to the situation of El 'Chucky' in Napoli and the rumors from Italy that the Aztec could leave the Italian football to seek a new challenge in the Old Continent.
Liverpool has one of the most powerful squads in England with Sadio Mané, Luis Díaz, and Mohamed Salah as major players, so for many fans, it might seem complicated for the 'Reds' to sign Lozano, however, Salah could leave the club if he does not reach an agreement with the board to renew his contract and 'Chucky' could take the Egyptian's place if he decides to leave the Premier League.
A few weeks ago, the media 'Napoli Today' indicated that Raul Jimenez's Wolves were also interested in Hirving's services. In Spain, teams such as Atlético de Madrid and Sevilla have also been linked with Lozano.
How did Chucky fare this season with Napoli?
This season, 'Chucky' has five goals and six assists in 28 Serie A matches. The Mexican player has a contract with Napoli until 2024 and his objective is to have more activity at club level ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.