Napoli winger Lorenzo Insigne has reiterated that Maurizio Sarri has betrayed the club and it's fans by choosing to move to Juventus as manager, and insisted that he wants to stay with the Italian club for the rest of his career.


Sarri had coached Napoli for three seasons and helped them finish runners up in the Serie A title race in the last two, before moving to Chelsea. The Italian lasted only a season there ​before Juventus came calling, having helped Chelsea win the Europa League.


For Insigne, that move to the Old Lady constituted a betrayal of both the fans and the club and said that they would try and beat Sarri’s team at all costs.



"I said it and I say it again, for us Neapolitans, that was a betrayal," Insigne said during a Q&A session, according to Goal. “And it will be forever. Now we have to focus on ourselves and try to beat him at all costs. Now that he's gone to Juve, I don't want to talk about him anymore. The 


Scudetto is a dream for all of us and we will try once more."


With the player himself being linked with a number of top clubs, like Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool, Insigne insisted he had no intention of leaving and wanted to end his career remaining with Napoli.


He said, "No, I never thought of leaving Napoli. I'm still young, I'm happy in Naples and want to stay here for the rest of my career.”