Inter Milan and Juventus are both ready to offer a contract to Napoli Piotr Zielinski to join on a free transfer next summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper anticipates both clubs would offer the Pole a deal worth €4 million net per season.

At the moment, Zielinski’s contract with Napoli runs until the end of next June.

The Polish international looked like he could leave the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona during the summer. Saudi Pro League side Al-Ahli had showed a strong interest in his signature.

However, that move to Saudi Arabia never transpired for Zielinski.

The former Udinese and Empoli midfielder instead remained with the Italian champions.

And according to the Gazzetta, Zielinski indicated to his friends that he was keen to remain at Napoli.

Zielinski joined Napoli in the summer of 2016. He has since made over three hundred appearances for the Partenopei.

The Pole has won the Coppa Italia and then last season, the Serie A title with Napoli.

And Zielinski has been a fixture in the starting eleven under several managers.

Maurizio Sarri had introduced Zielinski into the team. Then, the likes of Carlo Ancelotti, Gennaro Gattuso, Luciano Spalletti, and now Rudi Garcia have all been reliant on the Pole.

Inter & Juventus Ready To Go Head-To-Head For Napoli Midfielder Zielinski

But despite Zielinski’s strong connection with Napoli, he has yet to sign a new deal.

According to the Gazzetta, the former Udinese and Empoli midfielder’s preference would still be to stay at Napoli, where he is happy.

But the issue is that the Partenopei are only offering Zielinski an extension containing a reduction to his wages.

On the other hand, Inter and Juventus would both offer Zielinski €4 million net per season. That is right in line with what the Polish international currently earns.

Therefore, the midfielder could see the other two Serie A teams’ offers as more attractive than Napoli’s. But if his current club raise their offer, that would likely be his preference.