In a shock turn of events, reported AC Milan and Juventus target Arkadiusz Milik is set to meet with Napoli to discuss a new deal in the coming days, it is claimed.
Milik is one of the names that has been repeatedly linked with the Rossoneri over the last few weeks as the club look to sign a new centre-forward ahead of what is likely to be the beginning of a new revolution under Ralf Rangnick.
Tuttosport (via MilanNews) recently claimed that Milan are probing the Italian and international market in search of reinforcements, with the distinct possibility that two strikers could arrive and Milik being one of six options.
Calciomercato.com stated last week that Juventus are ready to offer up three players in a swap deal, but that Napoli hope to sell the 26-year-old to Spurs if they must.
According to Monday’s edition of the newspaper Il Mattino (as cited by MilanNews), Milik could remain with the Partenopei after all.
The Naples-based outlet adds that the attacker’s entourage are set to meet with sporting director Giuntoli to talk about the possible renewal of his contract, which is set to expire in 2021.