Juventus have reportedly agreed personal terms with Arek Milik, several reports from Italy claim. The Polish forward is set to leave his club Napoli after they confirmed the capture of Victor Osimhen from OSC Lille on Friday. Juventus and Napoli still have to reach an agreement, but it is believed that the negotiations have reached an advanced stage.
Milik will enter his final contract year at Napoli next season and he told the club months ago he wasn’t prepared to sign a new contract as he is looking for a new adventure. Several clubs from the Premier League and LaLiga have shown interest in Milik but it now appears he will be moving inside the Serie A.
At Juventus Milik could be reunited with his former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri. The Italian coach was the one who signed him for I Partenopei in 2016 from Ajax and under his former coach Milik enjoyed his best years as a Napoli player. It is believed that Juventus have made a first offer around €20m whereas Napoli are demanding €35m.