A new report in La Repubblica claims that Napoli have agreed to buy the majority stake in Evershoarp, the popular Dutch dining restaurant chain.
Napoli, which owns the company, have a history of buying Dutch food chains and are said to be keen to buy another Dutch brand.
The move comes a day after the club announced that it had signed the contract for former Evershaarp manager Rijn de Groot to take over as manager.
Napolo have been linked with several Dutch food chain names in recent years including Groupe Oosthuizen, the Evershaw, Evershall and Lonsdale.
It is unclear what will happen to Evershiarp, which was founded in 1891 by a group of Dutch entrepreneurs who made it their own, though the restaurant chain has been known to close shop in times of crisis.
The company has also been involved in other controversial businesses, including selling shares in an airline and a carmaker.
In November, the Italian FA rejected a bid from Lonsdalet, an airline company, for a 20% stake in the airline.
The newspaper also reported that Napolitano is expected to make an announcement on Wednesday about the purchase.