FM 2013 player profile – Lorenzo Insigne

FM 2013 Best Players

written by Ryan Daly

Lorenzo Insigne

Age: 21

Position: ST/AMRL

Club: Napoli

Nationality: Italian

Value: £7.5m

Price tag: £14.25m (in version 13.3)

Insigne’s profile in 2012 (after starting new game, in version 13.3)

fm13 player profile, insigne2, 2012 profile

Insigne’s scouting report from Friio of Man Utd

Insigne’s profile aged 25 in 2017

Insigne’s career history until 2017

A player I really like, and i actually picked him out as a potential wonderkid a few weeks back. Napoli have not been weakened by the sale of Lavezzi, because this young man has stepped into those shoes. He is able to play up front or on the wing, as could Lavezzi. With good finishing , first touch and technique combined with deadly pace and agility, Insigne  is very capable of leading the line, but looks like he would be more effective as an Inside Forward to me. For 10m you can’t pass up the opportunity, whether you need a back up or first choice, Insigne is one of the best options available.

Best buy rating: 8.5/10

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if you have a saved game in 2017 can you please tell me if the youth of man utd developed well?? like mats daehli, nick powell,andreas pereira..


Great start to FM13.

Are Caprari from Pescara or Chuba Akpom from Arsenal in your “radar” ? Would like to see them. Also Wellington Nem who is great wonderkid with 3.5m release clause.


Would he be better used as a winger as his composure and off the ball are pretty low?


got him for free in jan 6 months left on contract!! wooo

Darren Smith

Very good bargain at that.


really rate this player,
was wondering are you likely to do a profile on Shurrle and Muniain?
cheers :)

Darren Smith

We probably will at some point if we can find good enough future profiles.


If you look at the stats of Insigne in 2012, what would be the ideal training category to put him in?
Or is it possible to know what kind of training he had when you look at his development from 2012 to 2017?