AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek’s valuation has reportedly gone down from what the club paid for him back in the January window, a report claims.
The Poland international joined Milan from Genoa in the January window for €35m (as per the Guardian) after he scored 12 goals before Christmas for the Rossoblu following his arrival from Poland.
He added nine more league goals for the Rossoneri between January and the end of the season, however this season he has netted just once from open play and left the field to jeers from the crowd in Saturday’s draw with Napoli.
This has led to speculation over both Piatek’s future in the starting line-up and his future at the club, with a number of outlets suggesting he will be allowed to leave on loan if Zlatan Ibrahimovic chooses to return to Milan.
Piatek caused a stir last week when speaking to Polish TV station TVP Sport (via Calciomercato.com), Piatek offered some background on his move to Milan before making a claim about his current valuation and what he will be worth the next time he changes clubs.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport – as cited by Calciomercato.com – the 24-year-old’s valuation is diminishing as the weeks go on.
The paper claims that the value of Piatek at the moment is no more than €25million, despite the player’s claims otherwise.