Napoli captain Lorenzo Insigne is ready to quit his club for America's Major League Soccer side Toronto FC.
Insigne's current deal with the Serie A side comes to an end in the summer and he is yet to renew the deal with reports from Michael Singh, who writes for the official Major League Soccer website, stating that his sources confirmed Insigne agreed on terms with Toronto FC.
The left-sided attacking winger will be 31 in June 2022 and is expected to move to the MLS immediately after the current season is over.
More details on official proposal from Toronto FC to sign Lorenzo Insigne as free agent ⤵️🇨🇦— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 28, 2021
€11m per season as net guaranteed salary.
€4.5m add ons linked to personal goals/targets.
Five year and half contract.
Details are now being discussed with Insigne and his agent. pic.twitter.com/uxW26dj6fu
According to reports, the Italian will earn a $13-million annual base salary plus another $5 million in add-ons and bonuses.
Insigne has spent the entirety of his professional career at Napoli (aside from three loan spells and in nine and a half seasons as a first-teamer, he has made 415 appearances and scored 114 goals for Napoli.