Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik has been a popular name in the rumour mill recently.
The Polish frontman has been linked with a host of club’s across Europe, including in the Premier League.
Indeed, the likes of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a move for the player.
Calcio Napoli 24 reported earlier this month that both Arsenal and Spurs were hopeful of signing the £40 million striker.
Just a fortnight ago, it was suggested by Sportmediaset that Tottenham could swap Champions League hero of last season Lucas Moura to Napoli to secure Milik’s signature.
However, amid further interest from the likes of Juventus and Real Madrid, Napoli have reportedly secured Milik’s future for next season.
Il Mattino is reporting that the club’s president will not be selling any of the club’s big names this summer due to their value diminishing amid the current global health crisis. Instead, Aurelio De Laurentiis will wait until the market has recovered to get the best possible transfer fee for his players, with Napoli under no pressure to sell.
The report from the Naples paper even suggests Milik, along with others, has been made aware of this stance and accepted it.
Arsenal were, of course, looking for a replacement for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is all set to leave the club this summer. Tottenham, meanwhile, still require adequate cover and competition for Harry Kane.
But Milik looks set to remain at Napoli, leaving him off the transfer market for the North London pair.