Juventus could make Arkadiusz Milik‘s loan move from Marseille permanent at the end of the season. The player is keen on staying in Turin, and there is a €7 million buy option included in his contract. The club is optimistic about agreeing a permanent deal with him as well, and could finalise it by the end of the campaign.
The Polish striker has delivered when called upon for the Bianconeri, scoring six goals and providing one assist in 20 league appearances. Most of them have been from the bench, as he has been used in rotation with Dusan Vlahovic.
Arkadiusz Milik likely to stay at Juventus permanently
Milik spent four and a half years with Napoli before moving to Marseille. But things didn’t really click for him as well as he hoped it would. After spending a year with the French side, he returned to Italy to sign for Juventus.
The Bianconeri had Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala to reinforce their attack, but both players left this summer. As a result, the arrival of Arkadiusz Milik helped them add more personnel to the forward line. They also have Moise Kean, who has also been chipping in with goals.
The young Italian is also likely to be signed permanently, setting up their forward line for the coming years. Vlahovic’s future remains a bit unclear since there are several top clubs interested in signing him. However, he has three years on his contract with the Italian side and could choose to stay with them if he so wishes.