Even though Juventus have been fighting for the signing of big players in the past few years, they don’t seem to like a lot of competition.
Turin newspaper Tuttosport today brings a story saying several clubs have joined the battle for Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik, and how that would harm the Old Lady’s chances.
And among all the clubs who are after the 26-year-old, it’s Arsenal who get a mention in the headline for ‘adding’ themselves to the race.
Truth is that the title could be a little misleading. That’s because there’s no further info on the Gunners’ chase, except for the fact that they’re named in a list of several sides who’ve been in contact for the signing.
Besides Arsenal, Tuttosport also mentions the interest from Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Milik’s contract with Napoli expires in 2021, and apparently there’ll be no agreement for a renewal. Given the current financial crisis, the newspaper considers it unlikely that clubs will pay more than €40m for his signing.