Lorenzo Insigne’s contract expires in 2022 and Napoli have failed to tie him down to a new deal so far, attracting attention from Newcastle United, West Ham United and others.
Inter Milan have also been frequently named as the forward’s suitor, but they have no agreement in place with him for a summer transfer.
That’s according to Calciomercato.it, who add the 30-year-old has drawn interest from the Premier League, where the Magpies and David Moyes’s side are mentioned.
Eddie Howe and co. alongside the Hammers have ‘tested the ground’ to sign the Italy international, who will be a free agent next summer, if the Serie A side fail to convince him to sign an extension.
The attacker’s future is wide open because he is ‘far away’ from reaching an agreement wit the Naples club.
Napoli have offered him a deal worth €3.5m per season plus an additional payment of €1.5m in potential bonuses. This proposal is less than his current annual salary of €5m.
Insigne is looking around and no decision from him is expected before January.
As things stand, there is nothing concrete for the player to find an agreement with Napoli over a new deal soon. This would give the likes of Newcastle, West Ham and others time, to convince Insigne, to join them on a free transfer next summer.