Naples asks about Jovic

first_imgLuka Jovic has finished in the sights of Naples. The Azzurri, in the next course, could quite change the face of their forward, at the end of a cycle. If Dries Mertens is one step away from renewing his contract that expires in June, José Maria Callejón and Arkadiusz Milik could say goodbye. The motrileño can leave for free in June (although his agent, on Friday, said the club wants to renew him), while the Polish has another contract year left. Southerners have a very good relationship with their representative, Fali Ramadani, and already have four players from their team (Kalidou Koulibaly, Nikola Maksimovic, Diego Demme and Kévin Malcuit). In the past months they have already taken information on the forward, who If I had to leave Madrid, I would look forward to an adventure under Vesuvius. The Real Madrid, meanwhile, I would rather not part after just one season of such a young soccer player, which cost around 60 million and, in this course, barely had prominence. Yes, whites would certainly consider a transfer feasible (which Naples would hardly accept) or a transfer with repurchase option. Obviously, everything will depend on the fate of Milik, who also likes Atlético de Madrid: if he Naples It doesn’t sell you, you can’t go for another striker. 18 Negotiations to prolong the link of the former Ajax have not come to fruition, and for now the idea of ​​separating after four years after his arrival seems the most likely. To replace him, Of Laurentiis I would like to get the services of a young tip, but guarantees, Y Luka Jovic It is one of the names you are considering.last_img read more

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X bests Intel Core i99900K in new benches

first_img$248.29 TodayYesterday7 days ago30 days ago AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor with Wraith Prism LED Cooler $251.89 We’re another day closer to the launch of AMD’s next-gen Ryzen 3000 series CPUs and today brings yet another leak on multi-threaded benchmark performance with a new listing in the Geekbench database on the Ryzen 7 3800X.   AMD’s new Ryzen 7 3800X spits out a multi-core score off 34,059 which is much higher than the 25,092 by the Ryzen 7 2700X, and it easily beats both the Intel Core i7-9700K and its 28,404 and even the flagship Core i9-9900K with 31,471. In the single-core tests Intel reigns supreme with its 9900K scoring 6236 and the 9700K with 6155, while the 3800X snags 5406 and the 2700X with 4860.   A refresher for what AMD is promising in terms of gaming performance with the Ryzen 7 3800X versus the Core i9-9900K from their recent Next Horizon Gaming event in LA. center_img Buy US$244.80 $278.49 last_img read more