It’s no secret that Lorenzo Insigne’s contract expires in 2022. Napoli has not yet tied him down to a new agreement, drawing attention from Newcastle United, West Ham United, and others.
Inter Milan is also often referred to as the forward’s suitor. However, they do not have an agreement with him regarding a summer transfer yet.
Calciomercato.it says that the 30-year-old has attracted interest from the Premier League. David Moyes’ West Ham and the Magpies are mentioned among the potential suitors.
Eddie Howe, the Hammers, and others have made inquiries for signing the Italy international. He will be a free agent next year if the Serie B side fails to convince him to extend.
Because an agreement with the Naples club is still far from being reached, the attacker’s future could lead him to another important club.
Napoli offered him a deal of 3.5m Euro per year and an additional 1.5m Euro in possible bonuses. The proposal is lower than his current annual salary, 5m Euro.
Insigne is still shopping around, and no decision is expected from him before January.
The conditions have not yet been deemed good enough for Insigne to reach an agreement with Napoli for a new contract. This would allow the likes Newcastle, West Ham, and others to convince Insigne to sign a free transfer next year.