Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne remains a player on Inter’s radar and the Nerazzurri are tracking his contract situation at the Partenopei.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that there is still hope that the 30-year-old could sign a new deal with his current club, but that should he not the Nerazzurri consider him a target for next summer when he is out of contract.
Insigne’s current deal with Napoli expires at the end of June 2022, and he has yet to agree on an extension with an agreement still looking some ways away.
Talks are still ongoing and he could agree on a new deal with the most recent meetings having brought the parties closer to an agreement, but there is still significant distance between them.
Should the winger not agree on a new deal with the Partenopei then Inter could begin talks with him in January on signing him on a free transfer during the next summer transfer window when he is out of contract.