AC Milan are willing to sell striker Krzysztof Piatek this month, a report claim, but they have made it clear he can only leave if two key conditions are met.
MilanNews.it‘s Anto Vitiello reported last week that Spurs have concrete interest in Piatek, with Aston Villa, West Ham and Bayer Leverkusen ready to provide competition.
The Poland international has lost his spot in the starting XI for the time being it seems, with Rafael Leao and Zlatan Ibrahimovic both starting up front in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Cagliari and both getting on the scoresheet.
Nicolo Schira of La Gazzetta dello Sport added on Sunday that Spurs have called on the help of intermediary Frank Trimboli to help them open talks and strike a deal.
According to Monday’s edition of il Giornale – as cited by MilanNews.it – Milan have made their stance on Piatek clear.
The 24-year-old is transferable only under two conditions: the sale must be outright – therefore no loan deal – and at a fair price of above €30million, the paper claims.
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