Napoli have been linked with Sassuolo winger Domenico Berardi but former Roma and Italy forward Antonio Cassano believes that the Partenopei should look elsewhere for a replacement for Lorenzo Insigne.
The Napoli captain will join Toronto in the MLS at the end of the Serie A campaign and the Neapolitans need to find someone to replace the winger.
The eccentric and controversial Cassano advised that the Partenopei should look out two players from abroad: versatile forward Adam Hlozek from Sparta Prague and right-winger Yeremi Pino from Villarreal.
“Playing in Sassuolo is easy, but then you have to see in a great team,” he said.
“There are players who feel good in those environments there, then when you level up they struggle.
“If I have to name a name I say Hlozek from Sparta Prague. He’s 20 years old, he’s very strong.
“If I have to give another name and if I had to recommend Napoli, I would take Hlozek and then on the right Yeremi Pino of Villarreal.”