The next three games are decisive for the future of AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek as interest continues without serious offers, a report claims.
According to Friday’s edition of Tuttosport – as cited by MilanNews.it – the Poland international is now at a crossroads in a Milan career: either stay and fight for a starting spot or push for a fresh start elsewhere.
Neither will present an issue, as Piatek could essentially remain and learn from Zlatan Ibrahimovic while still getting minutes, but on the other and interest from abroad is not lacking.
The paper claims that Aston Villa and Sevilla seem to have taken a step back, but Tottenham are still keen and in the last few hours it has emerged that Lyon are interested.
The Milan hierarchy remain firm in their stance: any bid must be €30million or more, and it must be either a permanent deal or a loan with obligation to buy.
Piatek will sit tight for the next three games and understand whether he can still play a role in the current side.