The path that leads Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik to Roma may have been potentially reopened with Juve’s recent sacking of Maurizio Sarri.
The Polish attacker will leave the Partenopei this summer and already came to an agreement on a contract with the Bianconeri weeks ago. However, with the departure of Sarri, Milik’s move to Turin is now a question mark.
Meanwhile, Napoli have made it clear they want Roma’s Cengiz Ünder to replace Jose Callejon. The Giallorossi have placed a €38 million price tag on the Turk while Napoli have asked €45 million for Milik: two valuations that are relatively close and would signal important profits for both clubs, making a swap deal more feasible, according to Il Romanista.