AS Roma, Napoli and Arkadiusz Milik have reached an agreement over the striker’s proposed move from Naples to the Italian capital, according to Sky Italy.
Roma’s Edin Dzeko is set to leave for Juventus, and Milik is about to come in as a direct replacement. The 26-year-old Poland international arrived to Napoli in 2016 from Ajax. He went on to make 122 appearances in all competitions for his current club, scoring 48 goals.
It seems Milik will sign a one-year extension with Napoli, and then join Roma on a season-long loan with obligation to buy, and the fee is set at €15 million plus potential €7m in add-ons.
Milik was actually linked with Juvenuts himself earlier this summer, before the Old Lady turned their attention first to Luis Suarez of Barcelona and then to Dzeko. Meanwhile, Gonzalo Higuain has already left Turin and is expected to join David Beckham’s Inter Miami in the MLS.
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