Inter are considering their options to sign Napoli winger Lorenzo Insigne, with the possibility of including midfielder Matias Vecino as part of an offer for him.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who report that the Uruguayan midfielder is likelier to be accepted as part of a deal than forward Alexis Sanchez, who could also be offered in a player-plus-cash swap.

Insigne’s contract extension talks with the Partenopei have stalled, with his current club not ready to offer any more than a net of €3.5 million per season, and the Nerazzurri are considering swooping for the 30-year-old.

Inter would be ready to offer him €6 million net per season, and could also offer him a €7 million signing bonus to join on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of June 2022.

However, the Nerazzurri could also move for him this summer rather than waiting, with the Partenopei’s asking price €30 million, an amount that is well within their budget for an attacker this transfer window, and lower than existing targets Joaquin Correa, Dusan Vlahovic, and Duvan Zapata.

Inter are seriously considering a move, and could also look to include a player as part of an offer to meet Napoli’s valuation, with the club ready to offer €15 million plus Alexis Sanchez to bring in Insigne.

Napoli would be unlikely to accept this offer, especially given the high wages which the Chilean is on, but if midfielder Matias Vecino were to be offered as part of a cash-plus-player deal they could be persuaded with the Uruguayan a major target for the Partenopei.