Galatasaray and Besiktas interested in Milik


Arkadiusz Milik’s time at Juventus seems to be coming to an end after two seasons with the club. The Polish striker’s future with the Bianconeri is uncertain as he no longer fits into the team’s plans.

IlBianconero report how Milik’s tenure at Juventus has been a tale of two halves. While his first season was generally positive, the second proved to be inconsistent, with the striker struggling to find the back of the net regularly. Despite this, Milik did contribute a crucial goal in the Coppa Italia semi-final against Lazio, helping Juventus reach the final where they ultimately lifted the trophy against Atalanta. However, this singular moment of brilliance wasn’t enough to secure his place in the squad.

The club has reportedly placed Milik on the transfer market, making him part of a larger overhaul initiated by Juventus’ sporting director, Cristiano Giuntoli. This restructuring has already seen moves for other players like Moise Kean (headed to Fiorentina) and Federico Chiesa.

Interest in Milik appears to be primarily from foreign clubs. Turkish side Besiktas has shown interest in the player, and in recent days, Galatasaray has also expressed interest in the former Napoli striker. While these transfer discussions are still in their early stages, Juventus’ intention to part ways with Milik remains clear.

The Turin-based club is looking to capitalize on Milik’s departure, hoping to secure a transfer fee in the region of €10 million. This sum could then be reinvested in incoming transfers as Juventus looks to reshape its squad for the upcoming season.

It’s worth noting that Milik’s potential departure from Juventus comes at a challenging time for the player. He recently suffered an injury while on international duty with Poland, which has put his participation in the upcoming Euro 2024 in doubt[. This injury setback could potentially impact his transfer prospects and the fee Juventus might receive for him.


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