AC Milan could choose to let Krzysztof Piatek leave in the January window with two Premier League sides interested, 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.
However, he has struggled so far this season – netting just once from open play – and he caused a stir last week when making a claim about his current valuation and what he will be worth the next time he changes clubs.
Journalist Claudio Raimondi has offered an update to SportMediaset on Italia Uno (via MilanNews.it) on Piatek’s future by claiming that his situation is being discussed at present by the leaders.
He adds that some Italian clubs interested in acquiring him, above all Genoa, however the 24-year-old will almost certainly be loaned to a side from abroad with the Premier League seemingly the most likely.
In addition to Everton, who has proposed an exchange with Moise Kean, there is also a possibility that Chelsea could make a move if they let Olivier Giroud leave.
The Londoners though are awaiting a verdict from the Court of Arbitration for Sport on their transfer ban and need that to be resolved before making a possible move.