Napoli have made their stance clear regarding the future of Arkadiusz Milik amid rumours of interest from AC Milan, a report claims.
It was reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport earlier in the week that Milik – a name that has long been linked to Milan – has remained a target as the Rossoneri look to secure a new centre-forward this summer.
At 26 years old the Polish striker would bring quality and a very valuable international experience, and his deal with Napoli expires in 2021 which means he could push to leave.
According to what the same paper are reporting (via MilanNews), Milik has 20 days to sign a contract renewal or he will be sold this summer – that is the ultimatum that Napoli has sent to the player.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has already fixed a price of €50m which will surely be too high for interested clubs – with Juventus one of them – considering that his deal will expire in twelve months.
The current renewal offer is as follows: €5million per season, with a release clause set at €100million. Milik’s agent, David Pantak, has asked for a reduction to €50m.