Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be monitoring Euro 2020 winner Lorenzo Insigne.
That is according to Ekrem Konur, who says the winger is yet to respond positively to Napoli’s offers.
The Italy international is out of contract at the end of the season.
Insigne has been with Napoli his whole career, joining at the age of 15.
He has gone on to rack up over 400 appearances in total for the club.
He has been a key player for the Italian giants for many years, and has helped the club to win two Coppa Italias and one Supercoppa Italiana since he came onto the scene.
Insigne may now be 30, but he showed at Euro 2020 that he is still razor-sharp.
He was a constant threat for Roberto Mancini’s side, scoring twice at the tournament, and would seemingly be a great addition for a lot of teams, especially on a free transfer.
Wolves currently have some good options in the wide areas, so it would be interesting to see if the club did make a beeline for Insigne.
Apparently, Crystal Palace are also keeping tabs.
Insigne should tempt Wolves
He turns 31 next June, but him being available as a free agent should tempt Wolves.
Certainly, if loan stars Hwang Hee-chan and Francisco Trincao don’t end up doing the business then maybe he should be considered.
Insigne has been a tremendous player for Napoli down the years and is capable of providing moments of magic.
He has scored 111 goals for Napoli and provided 88 assists, a clear demonstration that he makes things happen.
It’s definitely worth the club keeping a close eye on him this season.