Inter remain keenly interested in Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne, and are following the situation with his contract at the Partenopei closely.
This according to today’s print edition of Naples-based newspaper Il Mattino, who report that the 30-year-old has yet to find an agreement on an extension with his current club beyond next summer, and that the Nerazzurri are following the talks with a view to potentially signing him for free next summer.
Insigne’s current deal with the Partenopei is set to run out at the end of June 2022, and contract talks have appeared decisively stalled for some time with the parties still far apart on the financial aspects of a new deal.
Inter showed an interest in the Napoli captain during the summer, but in the end were not able to reach an agreement with his club and looked to other targets to strengthen their attack.
However, Insigne’s situation with Napoli is yet to change, and the Nerazzurri are keeping a close eye on the situation should he not agree a new deal.