Luciano Spalletti photo

After overcoming the team's 33-year Scudetto drought and dazzling supporters with some of Europe's most electrifying football, Luciano Spalletti, Napoli's manager, will quit the team and go back to his Tuscan vineyard this summer.

The 64-year-old will be recognised as the person who delivered happiness to the biggest city in southern Italy at a level not seen since Diego Maradona displayed his prowess in the world's most competitive league.

In their last celebration cycle, facing the man who helped them win the first-ever Serie A championship, Napoli will play Sampdoria on Sunday.

Sometimes too much affection causes you to part ways... This week, Spalletti remarked, "I need to take some time to relax since I'm really exhausted."

Spalletti has a year of winemaking leave ahead of him as Napoli enters another offseason of change after the off-season sales of a number of fan favourites.

While several of their great players are priorities for the very wealthy teams north of the Alps, Napoli has yet to choose their next coach.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, a wing wizard, will remain with Napoli until the end of his 2027 contract. It is planned to extend his contract by one year, doubling the amount he receives to 2.5 million euros.


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