Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Roma are edging closer towards the signing of Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik. The two clubs have agreed to a deal worth €25m, which would be broken down into a €3m loan fee, €15m obligation to buy and an eventual €7m in bonuses.
The Pole has not yet agreed to the transfer, although he has been offered a five-season contract by the Giallorossi. Another sticking point left to solve would be the sell-on clause, as has been requested by Napoli.
Once the deal is completed, Edin Džeko should be able to complete a move towards Juventus, in what is becoming Serie A’s striker merry-go-round.