Inter could bring in Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne this summer should they present an offer of €25 million for him.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the Partenopei are ready to sell the 30-year-old should contract talks not take off, and reveal the offer that it could take for the Nerazzurri to sign him.

Insigne’s future at the Partenopei is in doubt, with the player currently unable to come to an agreement on an extension of his current deal which is set to expire at the end of June 2022.

The distance between the player’s entourage and his current club is reported to be €2 million regarding the offered wages, and talks currently look to be entirely stalled.

A number of clubs are following the situation closely with a view to potentially bringing the winger in if he’s available, with the Nerazzurri joined by the likes of Everton and Zenit St. Petersburg in their interest, though for the time being Napoli have received no concrete offers for him.

The Partenopei have placed a valuation of €30 million on Insigne, but it is thought that should an offer of €25 million arrive that they could let him go.

Inter are strongly considering a move for the winger, and are waiting for more clarification regarding his situation, with the player’s preference likely to be the deciding factor as he may be reluctant to leave the club and the city, but should he be amenable they could swoop.