Napoli would be prepared to sell Lorenzo Insigne for €70m, it’s reported, with Atletico Madrid and Inter ready to start talks.
The captain has a fractious rapport with some sections of the fanbase and has struggled in recent months since Carlo Ancelotti’s change of tactical system.
According to both the Corriere dello Sport and Il Mattino newspapers today, Insigne would be on the market if someone met the €70m valuation.
There are two clubs interested in a potential swoop, specifically Atletico Madrid and Antonio Conte’s Inter.
So far, Il Mattino claims Atleti have offered €55m and a five-year contract worth €6.5m per season, but it’s not enough to satisfy Napoli.
The Corriere dello Sport suggests the Partenopei are preparing for the eventuality of Insigne leaving by agreeing personal terms with PSV Eindhoven winger Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano.