AC Milan want to sign Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne. The Rossoneri will offer cash plus one player for the Italian left winger.
And what if an important summer signing came directly from Carlo Ancelotti? Because, according to Il Mattino, AC Milan could take advantage of a big moment of weakness at Napoli and try to get their hands on an absolute talent like Lorenzo Insigne.
The Napoli captain is going through a very delicate moment. In recent interviews he has not excluded the possibility of a farewell after the elimination from Europa League and another empty handed season at San Paolo. Insigne’s relationship with the fans and coach Ancelotti is not idyllic that’s why his departure at the end of the season seems very likely.
Accoriding to the Italian newspaper, AC Milan have smelled the favorable situation and have already entered in contacts with the 27-year-old left winger. The Rossoneri management has moved in advance to anticipate the competition of other European top clubs for Lorenzo Insigne. AC Milan are willing to offer 40 million euros plus Suso. A total figure of 80 million total, considering the €40 million release clause of the Spanish player.
The proposal that will soon be delivered to Mino Raiola , also agent of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Giacomo Bonaventura, and will be evaluated by all the parties involved. Raiola is expected to meet Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli and president Aurelio De Laurentiis to take stock of the situation and understand the intentions of the club. So far Insigne has always been considered unsellable and with a valuation of around 100 million euros. Now the scenario could change.
A signing of Insigne’s caliber is exactly what AC Milan have been missing this season. Elliot has promised that with Champions League qualification great investments will follow and the purchase of the 27-year-old Italy international would be a world class signing. Insigne is a fast, talented, skillful winger, with an eye for goal. The perfect player for Gattuso’s 4-3–3 or 4–2–3–1 formation, which allow him to cut inside and curl shots on goal with his right foot.