AC Milan are only willing to sell striker Krzysztof Piatek outright this month, a report claims, amid links with a number of Premier League clubs.
The Poland international faces an uncertain future with the Rossoneri having scored just once from open play so far this season. He lost his starting spot for Saturday’s game against Cagliari, with front two Rafael Leao and Zlatan Ibrahimovic both getting on the scoresheet.
MilanNews.it‘s Anto Vitiello reported last week that Tottenham have concrete interest in Piatek, but that no agreement had been reached, while Premier League rivals Aston Villa and West Ham – as well as Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen – are ready to provide competition.
According to the latest from MilanNews.it, Milan have made their position on the 24-year-old clear: they will only allow him to leave on a permanent basis.
The asking price has been set too: Milan are asking for €28-30million to allow the former Genoa man to depart this month, therefore a loan with option to buy would not be satisfactory.
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