Arsenal Board set to complete a massive €50m deal for World-Class Polish striker
Arsenal are in the market to find a possible replacement for their forward Piere Emerick Aubamenyang who has been rumoured with an exit out of the Emirates Stadium, after turning down an extension contract offer from the North London club.
The London giants have been stated to either be open to sign players at a lesser fees or be making use of a swap deal, to secure the signings of any of their summer transfer target, once the transfer window is reopened.
The North London club have shown interest in securing the services of polish forward, as a backup should the Gabonese ace exit the club in the coming weeks.
The Napoli forward has also been shown interest by Arsenal Premier League arch rival Tottenham Hotspurs, as they have been credited with a keen interest to sign the 26 years old.
The North London club are reportedly the frontrunners to secure the services of the Polish forward, making them to be the ahead of their Arch rivals in finalising a deal with the 26 years old, in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The Gunners are also likely to face competitions from Serie A giants Juventus, as they have been reported to be a good admirer of the Poland international.
Napoli are however reported to be open for offer in region of €50m for the Poland forward, who still has contract with the Naples till the end of next summer.
Arkadiusz Milik has been exceptional in performance for Napoli during this 2019/2020 seasons, founding the back of the net 46 times in 109 games for the Naples in all competitions.
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