Insigne has less than a year left on his current deal at Napoli and he is yet to commit to new deal, which has seen him attract interested from several clubs, including Antonio Conte’s Spurs, who are claimed to be leading the chase for his signature.

 

The Italy international has knocked back a contract proposal from Napoli to renew his deal as he is unhappy with the fresh terms they are offering and as it stands, he is allowed to talk with interested parties in January.

 

 

Although negotiations between Insigne’s entourage and Gli Azzurri have been tough and no agreement has been reached, his agent Pisacane has admitted everything can change.

 

“In football everything can change in ten minutes”, Pisacane told Italian daily Corriere dello Sport while discussing Insigne’s contract situation.

 

 

“Aurelio De Laurentiis [Napoli supremo] says what he deems most appropriate, but we should ask what the offer was and why the player refused.”

 

But Pisacane made it clear that he will not have contact with any of Insigne’s potential suitors until the January transfer window swings open, after which he will be open to talks.

 

 

“The story between Napoli and Insigne will never end even if he goes to play elsewhere.

 

“Until January I will not have contact with anyone.

 

“I am very firm on this, from the 2nd, then, everything will change”.

 

In addition to Spurs, Insigne is also credited with interest from their Premier League rivals Newcastle United, along with Napoli’s Serie A giants Inter and Juventus.