Lorenzo Insigne seems far from reaching an agreement over a new deal with Napoli and Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has reportedly prepared an offer including Alexis Sanchez.
The rumours of a move away from the Partenopei are getting stronger and Il Corriere dello Sport reports Inter director Marotta is preparing an offer worth €15m plus the Chilean attacker.
Sanchez has been linked with a move to MLS in recent weeks, as Inter are looking to get rid of his wages, something that could be an obstacle also for Napoli.
The newspaper claims Marotta has prepared a deal worth €6m a season for Insigne, but could also decide to wait until January, when the player is free to discuss with other clubs.
The newspaper believes Aurelio De Laurentiis asks for €30m to part ways with the Azzurri captain and that Napoli are not interested in Sanchez, especially due to his €7m-a-year salary.
Insigne’s deal with Napoli expires in June 2022 and his future is increasingly uncertain, butthe Partenopei could be tempted to sell already this summer to avoid losing the player on a free transfer next year.
Inter are, according to the report, prepared to tempt Insigne to wait until January and sign a deal worth €7m.