Inter could move to sign Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne on a free transfer next summer should his contract expire with the Partenopei.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 30-year-old has yet to agree on a new deal with his current one set to run out at the end of June 2022, and Napoli would consider allowing him to leave for free next summer should he not be sold before then.
Talks are stalling on a renewal for the Italian, and the Partenopei are beginning to consider selling him this summer when they can still collect a fee, with their price tag set at €30 million.
The Nerazzurri are considering moving for the 30-year-old this summer given his current situation, and would also considering making an attempt to sign him in January when the fee for him would be lower.
However, another possibility would be waiting until next summer when, should he still be at his current club, he could become available for free, with the Partenopei not excluding the possibility of keeping him for next season and then allowing him to depart as a free agent.