Reports continue to roll in suggesting that AC Milan are very interested in a move for Jakub Kiwior of Spezia, but they face competitions.
MilanNews began a report on Kiwior by recalling the comments from Robert Lewandowski earlier in the season, when the Spezia man first joined the Polish national team: “The boy has a lot of potential, I noticed him in the warm-up before the match against the Netherlands and I thought: ‘Who is this?’. Then in the match I realised that he was extraordinary.”
Kiwior has a contract with Spezia until 2025 and is playing in his first World Cup playing as a starter in Poland’s three-man defence, after having played 17 out of 17 games at club level.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara already spoke about the 22-year-old with Spezia last summer as part of the negotiation for Daniel Maldini’s loan move and the report suggests they will continue to keep talks alive in the coming weeks.
There is nothing advanced nor have concrete offers been made, because Milan are currently evaluating his profile and how he would fit in the squad ahead of summer 2023. Juventus, on the other hand, could go for the Pole in January despite the fact that Spezia have no intention of selling as they are battling relegation.