AC Milan have set a deadline for the future of striker Krzysztof Piatek to be resolved amid links with a move to England, a report claims.
The Athletic claimed that Piatek is attracting interest from a number of clubs in England, including the likes of Manchester United, Spurs, Aston Villa, Newcastle and West Ham United.
The report added that Milan are demanding €38m, the same fee they paid Genoa a year ago, and Tottenham chief Daniel Levy has seen a swap deal offer rejected for the striker involving defender Juan Foyth and midfielder Victor Wanyama.
According to Wednesday’s edition of Tuttosport – as cited by MilanNews.it – Milan have set a deadline for Piatek’s potential departure, insisting that he must leave by the end of the week or not at all.
That is so the Rossoneri have an acceptable amount of time to find a replacement. Official offers have not arrived, only enquiries from Aston Villa and Crystal Palace who have since welcomed strikers Mbwana Samatta and Cenk Tosun respectively.