Arkadiusz Milik is set to stick with Juventus, as he becomes the club’s first permanent signing of the season. The former Ajax man was linked with a move back to Olympique de Marseille, while Lazio manager Maurizio Sarri was reported keen on reuniting with his former player who he coached at Napoli.
The management of both teams have reportedly agreed upon a €7m transfer fee for Milik excluding bonuses which are appearance-based. The Pole recently professed his intention to stay at Juventus, after his reduced game time under Jorge Sampaoli forced him to abandon the Olympians on loan. He will earn €3.5M net per season at Juventus.
Paperworks time for Arek #Milik to #Juventus from #OlympiqueMarseille on a permanent deal for €7M. Agreed personal terms with the striker for a contract until 2026 (€3,5M). The agent David Pantak at work to close the deal. #transfers https://t.co/MitrOOGaev
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) June 20, 2023
The striker will say goodbye to Marseille after two full seasons, scoring 30 goals in 55 appearances for the Ligue 1 giants. Milik scored 9 goals in 39 caps for the Bianconeri this season, winning the praise of many despite irregular game time.
Juventus now have to figure how the situation with Adrien Rabiot unfolds.
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