CorSera: Napoli captain Insigne proposed to Milan and Inter – could leave for free

By Isak Möller -

Lorenzo Insigne was a key player for Italy at the Euros and there’s no doubt that he’s one of the best players in Serie A. Despite this, he could leave Napoli for free, with AC Milan and Inter watching on. 

According to Corriere Della Sera, as cited by MilanNews, Insigne wants a salary of €6m per year to renew his contract with Napoli. The current deal will expire in 2022 and the Partenopei seem willing to lose him for free.

They consider the salary demand excessive and rather than giving in, they are willing to run the risk. Meanwhile, the agent of Insigne has probed a move to Milan and Inter, speaking to the management of both sides.

The Rossoneri already have Ante Rebic and Rafael Leao for the left-wing role and thus Inter is the most feasible suitor. They are fascinated by the idea of signing him for free, but Milan are surely watching on as well.

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  1. Sell Leao and sign Insigne. He is a solid experienced player with outstanding skills. I wish we had the same player on our right wing as well instead of Samu and Alexis.

  2. Sell Leao and bring on Insigne, Vlasic and Berardi…


    Damn that attack!

    1. Best attack in Europe!
      the problem is that Sasuolo already said they want 40 mill for berardi, and vlasic is 10 mill loan plus 20 mill opt to buy.

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