Serie A. Juventus is watching the situation of Arkadiusz Milik

The complicated situation of Arkadiusz Milik did not stop bothering the Italian media. According to their reports, the Polish striker is still being targeted by Juventus, who would like to get him for free.

According to the journalists of “Tuttosport”, Arkadiusz Milik’s future has two potential scenarios. In the first one, the Polish representative will leave Napoli in winter and this is the option that, of course, suits the activists of the club near Vesuvius the most. This will be your last chance to sell your striker and not let him go for free.

In the recently completed transfer window, Milik ultimately did not leave the club and therefore approx. EUR 30 million did not reach the Azzurrich cash register. The value of the player decreases with each passing day, because his contract expires in June 2021, and he is in conflict with Napoli.

If the sports director of “Azzurrich” Cristiano Giuntoli did not find a new team for the player, or if Milik consistently – as was the case with the ever higher offers from Fiorentina – rejected all possibilities, there are many indications that this fact will try to take advantage of Juventus. The “Old Lady” would then get a player for free next year, excluding Napoli in the operation.

Journalists from the Neapolitan “Il Mattino” write about Milik’s future in a similar way. But they add that Everton is still on the horizon. The team from Merseyside has been interested in the player for some time, and his transfer is supported by the current team coach – and also former Napoli coach – Carlo Ancelotti.

So far, Milik has not been entered into the Serie A competition and will train individually for the next six months. The Polish striker played in the last friendly against Finland and scored. The match ended with the victory of Orłów 5-1.

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