Roma, Napoli continue talks for Milik


Roma and Napoli are continuing negotiations for striker Arkadiusz Milik.

Sky Sport reports that there is currently a distance of 10 million between the two clubs for the attacker, who has only one year left on his deal. The Partenopei are requesting 20 million in cash in addition to Roma’s Cengiz Ünder and Alessio Riccardi for Milik.

The Giallorossi, though, are only willing to add 10 million in cash into the deal for the Polish international.

Meanwhile, Roma striker Edin Dzeko already seems to have an agreement to personal terms in place with Juventus — however, his move to the Bianconeri depends on the Giallorossi being able to strike a deal for Milik first.

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