AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek has agreed to leave the club in January with two clubs from the Premier League interested, a report claims.
MilanNews.it recently claimed that the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic means that Milan will consider offers that will arrive for Piatek in January with a valuation starting from €35million, or a slightly higher figure.
Calciomercato (via the Daily Mail) stated that Piatek has already turned down advances from Crystal Palace and Genoa, while Atletico Madrid are also in the race for the Poland international, and Spurs have been linked.
A number of outlets suggested that the Poland international wishes to remain with the Rossoneri despite Ibrahimovic’s arrival as he wants to fight for his first team place.
According to SportMediaset though – as cited by MilanNews.it – Piatek has agreed to leave this month. They add that there are two English clubs are the frontrunners to land him, namely West Ham and Aston Villa.
Having paid €35million a year ago, Milan cannot sell the Pole for less than €30m, the report states.