AC Milan have made the decision not to sell Krzysztof Piatek for any price this summer, according to a report.
The Polish star arrived from Genoa as Gonzalo Higuain’s replacement in a €30million deal.
After scoring seven goals in his first five games for the Rossoneri, the goals have started to dry up and he has suffered somewhat of a drought of late.
Despite this, Calciomercato.com‘s Fabrizio Romano claims that the Milan management ‘see Piatek as an untouchable’ and will not consider any offers that they receive for their prized striker.
Interest from England and Spain is mentioned, but owners Elliot Management as well as directors Leonardo and Paolo Maldini are all in agreement that selling Piatek – for any price – will not be considered.