Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will make a move to sign Italian forward Lorenzo Insigne next summer, as per reports coming from Italy.
The German gaffer has still not found his desired replacement to departed Philippe Coutinho, who joined Barcelona in January, and he’s reportedly on the lookout for a new man as he’s No. 10.
Back in the summer, the Reds almost signed French World Cup winner Nabil Fekir in a fee around £50million, which fell through at the final stages due to medical concerns.
Fekir, however, has been on high spirit this season with three goals and three assists in eight appearances to his name which has sparked another interest in Klopp.
It’s claimed according to Rai Sport that Jurgen Klopp is ready to make a move for Napoli winger Lorenzo Insigne, who recently lavished praised on Roberto Firmino.
Insigne has only been linked with Liverpool last month and Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claimed the midfielder had a “hefty” release clause in his contract with the Italian club.
De Laurentiis told Il Corriere dello Sport:
“Insigne? He has a symbolic release clause. With [his agent] Raiola we decided that we are only going to sell him for €200million. It’s not a written agreement but a verbal one. Two-hundred million, right?”