Inter have made Napoli outcast Arkadiusz Milik a target for this summer’s transfer window, according to Italian media reports.
The Nerazzurri have been linked with signing a host of players in January but as per a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport, they are also thinking further ahead and are monitoring the Poland international, who is out of favour in Naples after refusing moves away from the club last summer.
The report from the Turin based news outlet states that Milik is in fact a target for chief executive Beppe Marotta in the upcoming window.
The Polish national team forward has been completely frozen out at Napoli and his contract is set to expire at the end of this season thus meaning Inter could acquire him on a free transfer.
26-year-old Milik has been with Napoli since 2016 and has scored 48 goals in 122 appearances across all competitions to date for them.