Roma bets Milik: the Pole can become Dzeko’s heir

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Space at the transfer market on Gazzetta dello Sport with Roma interested in Milik of Napoli, the Polish can be the heir of Dzeko that Inter likes. 

Interweaving of transfer market involving Naples, Rome and Inter. According to what the Gazzetta dello Sport reports, Rome is interested in Arkadiusz Milik of Napoli. The Polish striker has a contract expiring in 2021 but the renewal negotiation has been wrecked for some time now. The Giallorossi are thinking of  as a possible substitute for Dzeko that Inter likes a lot.

Napoli for Milik continues to ask for 50 million euros to sell the Pole, but Rome does not have this financial availability. For this reason, the Giallorossi club puts on the Under crying, the band’s exterior already close to the blue club. An important plot that Napoli could evaluate, but must deal with the player’s will to go to Juventus.

Rome and Milik: all alternatives

Just Agnelli’s club is the strongest team on Milik, in practice the bianconeri already have an agreement in principle with the player who has expressed his desire to reach mister Sarri. Tottenham and Atletico Madrid are also interested in the Pole, but for now Juventus always remains in pole position in the attacker’s head.

The novelty of Roma pointing Milik could change the cards on the table. For the Giallorossi there was talk of the possibility of taking Cavani, but the engagement of the Uruguayan is really very high for a club in serious economic difficulty. Milik could be the right solution, but now it will be up to the Giallorossi managers to try to convince the player to  club . Meanwhile, the Neapolitan club has practically defined the operation that  brings , he is virtually already a Napoli player. The negotiation definition should arrive within a couple of days.

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