Inter are monitoring Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik with a view to a free transfer in the summer, according to a report in Italy today.
Atletico Madrid and Marseille have expressed an interest in signing the Poland international during the January transfer window, but both are reconsidering after learning of Napoli’s €18 million price tag.
Milik’s contract with the Partenopei expires at the end of the season, though, meaning the Nerazzurri could land him on a free transfer in June should he stay at the club this month, as per a report in the print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
Juventus and Roma both attempted to sign the 26-year-old last summer and could potentially be interested again on a free.
Milik has been frozen out at Napoli and as a result risks missing out on in Poland’s squad for the European Championships this summer, unless he finds a club he can play for from January onward.
Napoli are holding firm with their demands for the out of favour former Ajax player, however.
Inter are hoping nobody will secure a deal so they can swoop in a few months’ time.