Inter and Napoli have very different ideas when it comes to the potential transfer of Lorenzo Insigne to the Nerazzurri, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport today, Beppe Marotta is not prepared to spend any more than €15 million on Lorenzo Insigne this summer, but Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis will not be budging from his €30 million valuation.
This means that a move this summer is extremely unlikely to materialise, but Inter are hoping to revisit the issue in January.
Lorenzo Insigne has just one year left on his contract so there’s a chance that Napoli will accept a much lower offer in January as the risk of losing him for free grows stronger.
Inter could even strike an agreement for a contract with Lorenzo Insigne in January with him then joining for free in the summer as at that point he will be free to negotiate with other clubs as there would be less than six months remaining on his contract.