The Cameroon international suddenly became a viable transfer target when Anzhi announced they would be whittling down the big earners at the club.
“It’d be a dream for him to wear the jersey of a glorious club like Napoli,” agent Claudio Vigorelli told Radio Kiss Kiss.
“However, so far they have not contacted us.”
Milan and a return to Inter have also been suggested for Eto’o, even though these clubs cannot match the wages he earns in Russia.
It would be a comeback to San Siro for the striker, who won the Treble with Inter in 2010.
Wallace is practically an Inter player after the final loan details were worked out with Chelsea.
The wing-back has been in advanced negotiations for over a week and the transfer is taking longer than expected, but Sky Sport Italia claim this evening it will be made official.
“We’re missing a few details, but I’d say we can complete it today. At least I hope so...” agent Federico Moraes told FCInterNews.
“The problem is not with the contract terms, but solely between the two clubs. We’ve already agreed everything.”
The 19-year-old Brazilian is due to arrive on a one-year loan deal.
Meanwhile, Porto defender Rolando has touched down in Milan to complete his medical with Inter.
“I am very happy to be here, but I cannot say more. We’ll talk afterwards,” he told journalists at Malpensa Airport.
Roma are back in the race for Vlad Chiriches after his agent insisted “there is no deal with Tottenham.”
The 23-year-old Steaua Bucharest centre-back appeared to have slipped out of the Giallorossi’s grasp, but there is still hope.
“It’s true, it was practically done with Tottenham, but then the Steaua directors decided to block his sale until at least December,” Victor Becali told Calciomercato.it.
“They are really focused on getting through the Champions League preliminary round and don’t want to lose him now.
“After that, I don’t know if he will go to London. There is no deal with Tottenham and nothing has been signed.
“Could Roma get themselves back into the race? In theory, yes.”
The Romanian international already has 18 senior caps to his name. He is versatile, as he can play at centre-back, right-back or as a defensive midfielder.
Cristian Chivu’s agent will reportedly meet Inter to discuss the possible termination of his contract at San Siro.
The Romanian international, now 32, could have his agreement rescinded by mutual consent before the season starts.
The defender is only tied to the outfit until June 2014, but there are fears over his fitness given his continuing ankle problems.
The former Roma player, signed by the Nerazzurri in 2007, has only appeared in 24 League games over the last two seasons.
Some stories are suggesting that the former Ajax man may even be considering retirement.
Chivu’s agent, however, said it is “premature” to talk about an early retirement.”
“Right now Cristian is on the American tour with Inter,” Victor Becali told Calciomercato.it.
“When he returns to Milan over the next few days, I will talk to him and discuss things with Inter so we can all decide what to do.
“I don’t know exactly what the situation is. Will he retire? Let’s wait a while, it’s premature to talk about that now.”
Maxi Lopez’s expected move from Catania to Dubai-based outfit Al Nasr has collapsed, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Al Nasr chief Ahmad Al Khoury had claimed that the Argentine striker was just a medical away from completing a move.
However, for unknown reasons, the proposed transfer has been called off.
The 29-year-old thus returns to Sicily after spending the last 18 months on loan at Milan and then Sampdoria.
Torino could now re-ignite their interest in the former Barcelona forward.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is surprised by the transfer links with available Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella.
“I’ve heard and read about these voices associating Lazio with Quagliarella, but I’ll tell you the truth,” Lotito said to Tutto Juve.
“I’m not aware of any negotiation. There are no transfer talks going on with Juventus at all.”
The Italian champions are looking to sell at least one of their forwards this summer following the arrivals of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente.
It is expected that one from Quagliarella and Alessandro Matri will be sold if a big enough offer is tabled.
Quagliarella, formerly of Sampdoria and Napoli, has also been linked with clubs in Spain and England.
The 30-year-old joined the Old Lady in 2010. He has scored 26 goals in 79 games for the Bianconeri.
Cagliari say there are no developments with regards to the future of goalkeeper Michael Agazzi, who has been linked with a move away from the Sardinian football.
Agazzi has just a year left on his present agreement which would make him available on a free transfer next summer if he doesn’t pen an extension.
“At this moment in time there is nothing new to report,” Cagliari sporting director Nicola Salerno commented.
“The situation is at a halt. As it stands, however, the player is going nowhere.”
The shot-stopper had an impressive 2012-13 campaign which resulted in him being called up to the Italian national squad for the first time.
Fiorentina have been named as a possible destination for the former Sassuolo and Triestina player.