Advertisement Comment Manolas has been a regular in the Roma team since 2014 (Picture: Getty Images)‘In any case, you need to know how to make wine with the grapes available, and champagne comes out with Juve players. Indeed, it is better to speak of Italian products.’Napoli and AC Milan are also interested in the 28-year-old and it had looked like it was Napoli that had won the race for his signature.Carlo Ancelotti’s side had attempted to drive down the price for the defender by offering a player swap deal instead of meeting the £32m release clause, but Roma rejected the deal.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityA deal could still be done between Napoli and Roma, but the negotiations have allowed other clubs the time to try and swoop for Manolas.Gazzetta have reported that Napoli have agreed personal terms with the Greek, offering him £3.2m-per-season on a four-year deal, but the clubs have not come to an agreement yet.MORE: Arsenal confirm backroom shake-up as Unai Emery replaces Steve Bould with Freddie LjungbergMORE: Arsenal ‘reach agreement’ with William Saliba ahead of transfer from Saint-Etienne Advertisement Man City and Arsenal target Kostas Manolas described as ‘Chiellini’s heir at Juventus’ by Fabio Capello Metro Sport ReporterMonday 17 Jun 2019 7:39 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link43Shares Kostas Manolas is wanted by a number of big clubs this summer (Picture: Getty Images)Fabio Capello has talked up a move to Juventus for Roma’s Kostas Manolas, which could disappoint Manchester City and Arsenal who are both interested in the defender.The Greek centre-back is wanted by a number of Europe’s top clubs this summer and with a release clause of £32m, he looks quite affordable.City are looking to replace Vincent Kompany, Arsenal need numerous defensive reinforcements, while Juventus are looking to bring in a younger model with Giorgio Chiellini turning 35 this summer.Former Juve and England boss Capello thinks that Manolas is the man to replace the eight-time Serie A winning Italian defender.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘We would need a great central defender, which in the future could be Chiellini’s heir,’ Capello told Gazzetta dello Sport. ‘The most suitable would be Manolas, but I don’t go into their strategies.
Condev Construction has been appointed to build Northwater Terrace Homes at Cova, Hope Island.DEVELOPER Frasers Property Australia has only a handful of Northwater Terrace Homes left for sale, as its masterplanned Cova community proves a hit with buyers.The release comprises just 28 architecturally designed, three-bedroom, two- bathroom homes within the premium Northwater precinct at Hope Island.Priced from $459,000, each terrace home has a large covered alfresco area, multipurpose room, European kitchen appliances, stone benchtops, and airconditioning in the living room and main bedroom.Northwater buyers Michael and Pam Hardy were drawn to Cova by the lifestyle on offer.“As soon as we visited Cova we knew it was perfect for us, it just felt right,” Mr Hardy said. “We were impressed by the quality of homes and their fittings. A freehold marina has berths available, priced from $36,750.Residents also have the use of nine parks, more than 5km of walking and cycle paths and green open space throughout the Cova community.Condev Construction has been appointed to build the $14 million project with construction to start mid-April.Condev managing director Steve Marais said Northwater was his company’s first project within the northern Gold Coast growth corridor, after years of high-profile jobs in Brisbane and central and southern Gold Coast.“We’ve had an incredible run of residential and commercial work all over the map, and to now apply that skill to a luxury project like Northwater Terrace Homes will be extremely satisfying,” he said.“The northern Gold Coast is an exciting market to be working in.”Mr Leggatt said Frasers was pleased to be working with the builder. “Condev has a depth of experience and local knowledge on the Gold Coast,” he said.Cova is 16km from Surfers Paradise and within walking distance of local shops.It includes Club Cova, a residents’ recreational facility. Three championship golf courses, the Hope Island International Tennis Centre and the Hope Island Medical Centre are close by. Buyers Michael and Pam Hardy were drawn to the lifestyle on offer at Northwater Terrace Homes at Cova.Frasers Property Australia Queensland residential general manager Cameron Leggatt said the homes were designed to complement Cova’s waterfront location.“After our latest terrace offering Park Gallery sold 60 homes in three months, it comes as no surprise that Cova’s Northwater Terrace Homes release is quickly approaching a sellout after launching to the market late last year,” he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe 31ha community comprises a mix of land, house and land, terrace homes and villas.There is a freehold marina for the exclusive use of residents and berths are still available, priced from $36,750.