The good attitude of Arkadiusz Milik in the colors of Juventus makes the club’s management think more and more about buying a striker. According to Italian media reports, the club has already made a decision on this matter.
Arkadiusz Milik joined Juventus ahead of the 2022/23 season from Olympique Marseille and was a perfect match for the philosophy and style of play favored by Massimiliano Allegri. As the season progressed, the fans also applauded the Pole loudly, while criticizing Dusan Vlahovic, who cost more than 80 million euros. The 29-year-old has made 37 appearances across all fronts this season (25 in Serie A), scoring nine goals (7 in the Italian league).
The old woman guaranteed herself the possibility of buying a Polish representative, although this is not mandatory. His possible move to Serie A will cost seven million euros. Milik’s loan alone was supposed to be worth around 2 million euros.
Italian media: Juventus have decided on Milik
For some time, the Italian media trumpeted that the Juventus authorities were interested in buying Milik. Now La Stampa reports that the Turin club has already made a decision on this matter.
The site’s journalists report that the club’s management should be very pleased with the position of Arkadiusz Milik, so they will have to make a buyout decision, which will soon be officially confirmed. The second Pole after Wojciech Szczesny in this club may soon become the first striker, because in the context of Dusan Vlahovic, there is talk of interest from Premier League clubs.
Draconian punishment for Juventus
In addition, Przegląd Sportowy reminds that Juventus may say goodbye to Massimiliano Allegri, a big fan of Milik. They say that Igor Tudor, who worked with the Pole in Marseille at the beginning of the 22/23 season, will be invited to replace the Italian.
It is also unknown if the player himself will want to stay at the club, as the Italian Federal Court of Appeal recently ruled that the Old Lady will be deprived of 10 points due to financial irregularities. This draconian fine could prevent Turin from securing a place in European competition.
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