Freshly knocked out of the 2016 Euros by Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal, Poland players will now go on their holidays before returning to their respective clubs to start pre-season.
Well, most of them will, as a few of the players who took part in the quarter-final on Thursday night could end up moving clubs in the summer.
One man in particular has caught the eye of a few suitors, and that is Arkadiusz Milik, currently contracted to Ajax Amsterdam in Holland.
Despite not exactly shining during the tournament, the Polish striker still gave the fans and scouts glimpses of what his left foot is capable of, and at 22, there’s still a lot of time for him to progress.
Gazzetta dello Sport on Friday report Juventus are interested in Milik, seeing him as a backup option if they can’t convince either Romelu Lukaku or Edinson Cavani to join them, but they will be facing a lot of competition.
The Italian newspaper claim Sevilla, Bayer Leverkusen, Everton, as well as Roma, Lazio and Inter Milan are all also in line for him, with the latter only moving if Mauro Icardi were to be sold.
This isn’t the first time Everton have been linked with Milik, as Estadio Deportivo reported the Merseyside club would be a problem to Sevilla’s plans back in May, and it seems the appointment of Ronald Koeman may not have changed that.
It’s early days, and the player will be wanting to clear his head first, but Gazzetta say a fee of up to €20m could be required to prise him away from Ajax.