Napoli attacker Lorenzo Insigne would be the cheapest of the three players that Inter are deciding between for their final summer signing, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been reported by the Roman newspaper Corriere dello Sport, Lorenzo Insigne would cost between €25-30 million but the issue is that Inter do not seem willing to go above €15 million for the Italian because he is not a perfect fit for the 3-5-2 system.

The two other options in attack would be financially more difficult for Inter to pull off but they are both very used to playing in the system that Simone Inzaghi wants to use at Inter.

The two players are Duvan Zapata from Atalanta and Joaquin Correa from Lazio, both of which would cost about €40 million.

Joaquin Correa could end up being cheaper because Lazio know that they should sell the player now or risk getting no money for him.