Tottenham and Everton ‘weigh up January move for wantaway Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik’ with the Poland international training alone as he bids to force an exit from the Serie A side
- Arkadiusz Milik’s contract expires next summer and he is eyeing his next club
- The Pole reportedly has interest from Juventus over a free transfer next summer
- The 26-year-old was left out of Napoli’s Serie A and Champions League squad’s
- Tottenham and Everton reportedly both tried to sign him in the summer window
Milik is yet to feature for Napoli this season, after he was left out of their Serie A and Champions League squads.
According to Calciomercato.com the Polish striker had reached an agreement with the Serie A champions to join them in the summer, however it appears that he is no longer prepared to run down his contract and leave on a free transfer.
Arkadiusz Milik wants to leave Napoli after failing to make an appearance for them this season
Napoli manager Gennaro Gattuso left Milik out of his Serie A and Champions League squads
The 26-year-old’s deal expires in June and it’s unlikely that he will sign a new one with the Neapolitan side.
Due to his lack of playing time the Poland striker is keen to leave Napoli as soon as possible, with both Tottenham and Everton reportedly still interested in signing him.
There was interest from both clubs for the 26-year-old during the summer transfer window but neither got a deal over the line.
On the subject of his future Milik told Sportowefakty.pl earlier in October: ‘Now, I’ll wait for the next transfer window and I hope the clubs can find and understanding. Physically I’m fine, I have trained well individually.
Milik is still playing international football with Poland despite his exile from Napoli’s squad
‘I will play matches with the national side. In three months, my form won’t be too much affected.’
The Polish striker made 35 appearances for Napoli last season, scoring 14 goals across all competitions.
Milik joined the Serie A side for £30million from Ajax in the summer of 2016 and he has since made 93 appearances, scoring 38 goals in total.