During the week some representatives of the club will be in Italy, net salary of 8 million per season to which benefits will be added. The striker will close the season in Naples
Canada has never been so close, for Lorenzo Insigne. The negotiation with Toronto Fc has reached its final stages, in the coming days some representatives of the club will be in Italy to meet the player’s agent and resolve the final details relating to the documents to be signed. The contract will be for five years with a net salary of about 8 million euros per season, to which will be added a series of benefits such as cars, homes and private flights, so as to fall within the initially agreed figures.
The agreement will come into force from next June, in order to allow Insigne to end the experience with Napoli on the natural expiration date and without creating difficulties for Spalletti and the team. However, it will be necessary to formalize everything by the beginning of March, when the market in Mls will close in view of the start of the championship.
The chances that the captain will remain in blue are now close to zero. De Laurentiis has not changed his latest offer of € 3.5 million plus 1.5 bonuses not easily achievable until 2025. The president’s goal is to reduce his salary by 30 percent, especially for a player who has already turned thirty. A proposal considered too low by Insigne, who instead feels he deserves a different consideration after the excellent last season, in which he set his own record for goals in Serie A (19) and which he crowned with the victory of the Europeans with the national team .
Meanwhile, Napoli is preparing for the resumption of the championship, against Juventus on the evening of January 6, at the Allianz Stadium. Insigne recovered from the coronavirus together with Fabian Ruiz in the past few days and has now overcome the muscular problems that had caused him to miss the match with Milan. The captain will be regularly available to Spalletti for the challenge.
January 2 – 11:48 am
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