Napoli’s striker who had a transfer to Roma broken down in summer has been subject to Everton, Tottenham, and Atletico Madrid’s interests.
on the sidelines for a positive Covid test, the Madrid club needs to have a third world-class striker to compete in all their three competitions.
As his contract ends on June 30
was looking to sign the Polish striker for a free transfer in summer, but now they are eager to bring him in winter with a secured fee, as Napoli are said to be open to the possibility of receiving a fee, no matter how low, for his services before he leaves as a free agent.
A Roma’s transfer for
broke down, which led to Dzeko staying at Roma and Alvaro Morata transferring from Atletico to Juventus, as Roji Blancos signed Luis Suarez.
If Atletico success to bring Milik in January, he’ll be their third world-class striker alongside Suarez and Joao Felix, as Simeone doesn’t rate
as to be at the quality required.