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Napoli have confirmed the sale price of forward Arkadiusz Milik, according to the RMC Sport journalist. Mohamed Bouhafsi on Twitter.
Milik joined Napoli from Ajax in the 2016 summer transfer window for an estimated € 35 million. Since then, he has scored 48 goals in 122 appearances in all competitions for the Serie A team, winning the Coppa Italia last season.
However, the Polish international has not appeared with Gli Azzurri this season as he has been left out of Gennaro Gattuso’s Serie A and Europa League squads after refusing to sign a new contract.
Napoli will seek to sell the forward this January, with a journalist Mohamed bouhafsi claiming that they have set their price at 15 million euros.
Milik only has six months left on his contract, which means he is now free to talk to other clubs and will be available on a free transfer in the summer.
The 26-year-old’s situation at Napoli has sparked a lot of interest across Europe, and several Premier League and Serie A clubs have been named as potential catchers for the player.
In England, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and West Ham United have been linked with the Napoli man.
Tottenham already owns one of the best forwards in the world in Harry Kane, so Milik is unlikely to get regular playing time there. However, the Spurs will seek a permanent backing for the England captain, given that Carlos Vinicius is only on loan as of now.
Similarly, Milik’s purpose at Everton may only be to provide competition for Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is currently third in the Premier League Golden Boot career.
In contrast, West Ham is likely to give the former Bayer Leverkusen player regular opportunities. French forward Sebastien Haller hasn’t had the desired impact since signing in 2019, and his top scorer is defensive midfielder Tomas Soucek.
Meanwhile, several other clubs in Europe’s top five leagues are rumored to be interested in Milik, including Juventus, Atlético de Madrid and Marseille.