Tottenham manager Fabio Paratici has a clear path to a transfer for Lorenzo Insigne.
Lorenzo Insigne’s contract situation at Napoli is apparently being monitored by Tottenham.
Tottenham director Fabio Paratici is allegedly interested in signing Napoli winger Lorenzo Insigne before the January transfer window closes. The 30-year-old, who has only had three loan spells in his career, is out of contract at the end of the season and appears to be on his way somewhere.
Insigne has had a long and profitable career with Napoli, as he helped the team win two Italian Cups during his tenure there.
With two goals in six tournament appearances, he also played a key role in Italy’s win at Euro 2020 this summer.
However, after failing to make significant headway in talks over a new contract with Napoli, his future at the club is in jeopardy.
He is claimed to be demanding a large compensation boost to match his status within the team, while club officials are instead attempting to negotiate a weekly income decrease.
Chelsea is said to be interested in signing Insigne on a free transfer ahead of next season, with the midfielder free to negotiate with a non-Italian team starting in January.
The Blues are expected to face heavy competition from Tottenham Hotspur, with Paratici a big fan of the Napoli talisman during his time at Juventus in Italy.
Spurs appear to have the perfect strategy to beat Chelsea to Insigne’s signature if the north Londoners can utilize one of their current stars to help expedite the transfer.
After suffering an injury early in the season, Ryan Sessegnon has yet to play a single minute of Premier League football this season.
He came to Spurs with high expectations of being one of the division’s best young players, but things haven’t gone his way so far.
In recent years, the former Fulham man has battled to keep down a regular starting spot in the side against the likes of Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min, and his personal growth has suffered as a result.
Sessegnon could be on the verge of a move to rekindle his career elsewhere, and Fenerbahce are apparently set to provide the ideal solution.
Since last season, the Turkish club has been keeping an eye on Sessegnon and may pursue him. “Brinkwire News Summary.”