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Arsenal ready to make fresh move for Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne


Arsenal are ready to make a fresh move for Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne.

The 24-year-old is one of the most interesting talents of the Italian Serie A but struggled to secure a regular place in Rafa Benitez's squad at Napoli last season.

Agent Fabio Andreotti revealed that the player's desire is to secure a regular place in new coach Maurizio Sarri's squad but also that a number of clubs have made an approach to sign the player.

"The future of Lorenzo is uncertain," Andreotti told

"You never know with the transfer market. He wants to stay, he's still very young.

"But it's normal that clubs have made an approach.

"We will soon meet with Napoli to discuss the future of Lorenzo. He is a professional, his objective is to work hard to keep a regular place at Napoli.

"He knows [new coach Maurizio] Sarri is a very good coach and I'm sure he will work very hard to secure a regular place in his squad."

The Gunners were linked with the player last summer with Internazionale also rumoured to be interested.

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