With the Roma move seemingly abandoned, Napoli try to sell Arkadiusz Milik to Premier League clubs, above all Tottenham Hotspur.
The striker was all set to join Roma on loan with obligation to buy for €18m plus up to €7m in bonuses.
However, he failed to agree the finer points of his exit from Napoli, specifically some details over image rights, outstanding wages and a fine over the November 2019 mutiny.
Because of the delays, Roma are no longer releasing Edin Dzeko towards Juventus, and the Bianconeri have secured Alvaro Morata on loan with option to buy from Atletico Madrid instead.
Milik’s contract with Napoli only runs to the end of the season, so the club has to sell or risk losing him as a free agent.
With that in mind, Tuttomercatoweb note the Poland international will be pushed towards a new destination outside of Serie A.
The Premier League seems most likely, with interest already reported from Tottenham.
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