Mino Raiola is ranked amongst the most influential agents in football today with some of the greatest prospects and world class players under his belt, and this was most demonstrated when PSG's Marco Verratti recently became a client.
The super agent has his eye set on Napoli's star forward and Italy International Lorenzo Insigne as his relationship with current agency Doa Management nears its end, La Repubblica reports.
It is reported that Mino would have instructed his brother Enzo Raiola to try and convince Insigne to join the Raiola network for his chances of playing at other popular clubs.
The brothers are also trying to spark an interest from Lorenzo's sibling Roberto, who also currently plays as a forward for Napoli.
Lorenzo Insigne's contract with Doa Management doesn't end until 2019, but La Repubblica insists Raiola is willing to pay anything to trigger his release clause.
Raiola's approach may be blocked however by the fact that he isn't in good terms with Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Despite the fact that Insigne signed a new contract with Napoli, Raiola believes that the player should be available on the market.
Statistics from last season show that Insigne was in great form playing for the Gli Azzurri, scoring 18 goals and creating 66 chances with nine assists as well as maintaining an 86% passing accuracy average.