AC Milan have a concrete interest in signing winger Lorenzo Insigne from Napoli and sales could help fund a move, it is claimed.
According to the latest from TDFichajes, Insigne will not be at Napoli next season as their president Aurelio De Laurentiis is not willing to give in to the demands of a player to renew his current contract, which is set to expire in June 2022.
In order to not lose him for free, De Laurentiis has let it be known that he will listen to offers for the Napoli captain. Clubs like Atlético Madrid, Juventus and Inter have already shown interest but it seems that Milan have taken the lead in the race to sign him.
The Rossoneri management wants to increase their attacking firepower ahead of a return to the Champions League, and after the loss of Hakan Çalhanoğlu they see Insigne as the right solution. Napoli expect to get €30m for the sale of the No.10 and it is not ruled out that they will get an offer from Milan in the coming days.