Napoli will allow Inter-linked winger Lorenzo leave this summer, but not for less than €30 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Partenopei have opened up to letting the 30-year-old leave amid stalling contract negotiations, but only if their price tag is met.

Insigne’s current deal with Napoli expires at the end of June 2022, and talks on a renewal are not taking off, with the Partenopei not showing any willingness to offer more than €3.5 million net per season.

As such, they could let him leave this summer rather than risking losing him for free when his contract runs out next season, and Inter are closely monitoring the situation with a consideration of moving for the player.

Should the Nerazzurri not be able to agree a deal for Insigne before the end of this summer’s transfer window, they could also return for him in January when the cost of his signing would be significantly lower as well.