Arsenal fans react as club linked with Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik this summer with Gennaro Gattuso’s side likely to offload the Polish ace – and Gunners fans have reacted on Twitter to the news that their side are keen on Milik.
Italian website CalcioNapoli24 have claimed that Arsenal are one of a number of European heavyweights interested in landing the 26-year-old. North London rivals Tottenham are also keen on signing Milik.
However, the north London clubs are not the only sides keen on signing Milik – who has scored 46 goals in 109 Napoli appearances, as well as laying on five assists. It is believed Milik is hoping for a move to Real Madrid.
Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Atletico Madrid are also interested in 49-time Poland international Milik, who has only furthered his reputation as a top striker in European football – since his move from Ajax in 2016.
The report claims that talks between Napoli and Dries Mertens over a new contract for the Belgian are progressing and should Chelsea-linked Mertens agree a new deal with the Serie A side – Napoli will cash in on Milik.
It is believed they will listen to offers worth £40million for Milik – and many Arsenal fans have responded to the rumours that their club could bring the Pole to The Emirates. Most think it would be best to avoid him.
Poor man's Patrick Bamford
— A.J (@FuadSatrioAjie) March 10, 2020
— realEmma10 (@realEmmaugo) March 10, 2020
We don’t need him, not better than what we already have.
— E! (@big_gooner007) March 10, 2020
Arsenal and average players 👉🏾👈🏾
— Edmund ( Kwame Appiah 🇬🇭) (@efrempong96) March 10, 2020
— Aisha Sharu (@AishaSharu) March 10, 2020
You may also like…
- TBR View: Transfer of £20m-rated Championship ace would be a poor tactical move from Arsenal
- Report: Liverpool join Rodgers in courting £43m Euro 2020 star Arsenal are rumoured to admire
- Report: Euro 2020 maestro Wenger claimed ‘has it all’ could join Arteta at Arsenal this summer
- Report: Arsenal finalising five-year deal for club’s ‘best trainer’; ace is set to earn £110k-p/w