it was a grueling negotiation, but now it finally seems close to closing. Arek Milik, the Polish center-forward who hasn’t touched the ball in Napoli since the beginning of the season due to an irremediable fracture with the club, will almost certainly return to the pitches, but in France. The agreement between Aurelio De Laurentiis’ club and Olympique Marseille seems to have been reached: there is talk of a sale for a total of 13 million euros, of which 9 immediately and 4 bonus. However, Napoli has secured a 20% of rights in case of resale of the attacker.
The clubs are in the details and meanwhile Belong expected flew to Marseille to carry out medical examinations. With the ok of the health workers, the signing of contracts will also be released and the Polish striker will start training again under the orders of the coach villas Boas. Milik, whose contract expires in June, has been out of the squad at Napoli in recent months after refusing to renew the contract and so is Napoli’s sporting director Cristiano Joints he set in motion so as not to lose it at zero euros in June.
January 21, 2021 (change January 21, 2021 | 12:06 pm)
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