New Napoli boss Luciano Spaletti has made his stance clear amid transfer talks linking his starman Lorenzo Insigne with a transfer to Arsenal. The manager has pleaded with Insigne to stay at least another season amid interest from Arsenal.
Insigne has 12 months left on his current with his side from Naples and is keen to keep his options open this summer, as he looks for his next step in what has been a lustrous career for the Italian.
According to the Italian outlet Martino, the 30-year-old's contract situation has not gone unnoticed by clubs around Europe including the gunners who could swoop in for Insigne this summer.
Mikel is looking to add depth to his squad in attack as he also looks to improve their eighth-place finish in the Premier League last summer. The 30-year-old could the perfect striker for Arsenal.
The New boss wants to keep Insigne despite the risk of the forward becoming a free agent next summer if he doesn't sign a new contract with a Serie A side.
Napoli outlet Arena now states that the 30-year-old is seeking more than 4.3 million pounds a year, which is 70,000 pounds a week to extend his contract. Owner Aurelio De Laurentiis is reportedly not willing to meet his demands.
Meaning a move away at this point could be on the cards for the Italian attacker. Insigne has a productive last season featuring 48 games in all competitions for Napoli.
The Italian contributed an impressive total of 30 goal distributions scoring 19 and assisting 11. According to F Breath, Insigne ranks within the top 10 in the 2020-21 season when it comes to goals per 90 minutes.
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