Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne continues to be linked with a move to Inter, as his contract expires next summer, but the Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta ruled out a move in January.

The managing director of Inter spoke to Radio Anch’io Sport and was asked about a possible move for Insigne, who is on an expiring contract in Naples.

The Italy international has been linked with a move away from the Partenopei in recent months, as his contract negotiations with Napoli have stalled due to economic differences between the two parties.

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Insigne has yet to pen a new deal with Aurelio De Laurentiis side and Marotta was asked if Inter are ready to make a move already this winter.

“Today, we are focused on this group and on our squad, which is largely made up of Italian champions,” Marotta said.

“The team is responding to our expectations. I don’t think we will make any changes in January, we think about June and investments for the future.”

Insigne could enter talks with other clubs in January, when he has only six months left of his contract in Naples.

The 30-year-old has played 11 Serie A games, contributing four goals and three assists, and has been linked with clubs abroad too – with Manchester United mentioned as a possible destination for the Azzurri star.

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