OM may lose Milik earlier than expected

Arrived in Marseille only a few weeks ago, Arkadiusz Milik, the Polish center forward, would already be in the sights of several Italian cadors.

Loaned with a compulsory purchase option during the last winter transfer window, the 26-year-old scorer is slow to string together matches in his new jersey because of his physical glitches. Under contract with Olympique de Marseille until June 2022, the Pole could permanently join the Ligue 1 club against the payment of a purchase option of 8 million euros.

A release clause of 12 million euros

If the Phocéens can at any time record the final arrival of Arkadiusz Milik in Marseille, they could be beaten by one of his many suitors. According to Sky Italia information, the former Ajax Amsterdam striker has a € 12 million release clause in his contract with Naples. So any interested club can snatch the Polish center forward from OM by obtaining the agreement of the player and the Neapolitans. Also according to the sports media, Milik would be in the sights of three Serie A formations; the Juventus of Turin, AS Roma and AC Milan.

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