Milik, after failing the Atlético option, goes to Marseille

Marseille accepted De Laurentiis' conditions and will pay 8 million plus five in variables for the ex-Atleti goal. Today, medical examination.


The Arkadiusz Milik soap opera is over. The Pole, this morning, is flying to France with his agents David Pantak and Fabrizio De Vecchi, to undergo the medical examination with Marseille and sign a contract with the French until 2025.

The Ligue1 team will pay 8 million euros plus five in variables for their services, coming very close to the figure that Aurelio De Laurentiis asked for Atlético de Madrid and that drove the mattresses away. Formally, it will be a transfer with a mandatory purchase option: for that reason, the forward had to first renew with the Southerners until 2022.

The operation came to fruition tonight, after days of negotiations. Milik wanted to make sure that he would not return to Naples in June and that the Azzurro club would renounce the lawsuits against him for the 2019 riot and an image rights issue. Yesterday, the Italian team accepted their conditions.

The forward, who ended his contract in five months, was removed from all the competitions of this course and pushed to find a team in the winter window. His goal is to regain prominence as soon as possible and not lose his place in the next European Championship, something that OM has assured him with a significant salary, which exceeds 4 million euros net. In June, as a free agent, the Pole already had the offers of Juventus, Roma and Atleti on the table, but staying in the stands for a whole year was too much. Today, except for surprises, he will officially begin his new adventure.

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