According to Sky Sports Italy Juventus have reached a verbal agreement with Marseille over Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik (28) for a €2m loan deal with an option to buy set at a further €8m.
According to L’Équipe last week, Olympique de Marseille were open to letting Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik (28) leave the club on a permanent deal if a valuation of €20m euros is met. Whilst the player doesn’t necessarily want to leave the club, he is willing to listen to offers – his current contract at Marseille runs until 2025.
Intermediaries belonging to Marseille have given the player’s name to several other clubs – including Juventus and Dortmund, where talks haven’t progressed. Gennaro Gattuso’s Valencia are interested in the player, but the club lack the sufficient finances to lure away the striker who is keen on competing in Champions League football.
Amazon Prime Video reported that the Ligue 1 side have been offering around Polish international striker in order to raise further funding during this summer transfer window.
The 28-year-old has failed to impress for OM since his arrival in 2021 in a deal that is understood to have cost OM a total of €15m as part of a complicated loan with obligation to buy agreement from Napoli.
The broadcaster of Ligue 1 is reporting that clubs that the player has been offered to include Premier League outfits Manchester United and Everton, as well as Serie A club Juventus.