Sébastien Haller recruited this summer is facing serious health problems and Borussia Dortmund are thinking of two Ligue 1 strikers to make up for his absence, including Marseille’s Arkadiusz Milik.
According to the German daily Sports1, the BVB would be very interested in Milik to replace Haller who suffers from a testicular tumour. The list is long to replace the Ivorian international, Edinson Cavani, Edin Dzeko, Krzysztof Piatek but also two Ligue 1 strikers, Mauro Icardi and Milik.
The Marseillais, author of 30 goals in 53 games with OM, would not be essential for the Olympian side to believe Sports1, who could let him go in the event of a large offer. Indeed, Longoria seeks to recover cash to balance the accounts of OM. After the rumors pushing Dieng and Bakambu towards the exit, it is now Milik who could leave.
Borussia Dortmund could play a bad trick on OM
Finally rid of his physical glitches and his complicated relationship with Jorge Sampaoli, one could think Milik finally ready to show himself in his best light. But Borussia Dortmund could play a bad trick on Marseille by attracting the Polish international (62 caps, 16 goals) to the Bundesliga. This transfer can be good for the Marseille account but Tudor seemed to be counting on the former Neapolitan this season in attack. One thing is certain, with five attackers, OM will not be able to guarantee playing time for everyone and will undoubtedly have to slim down their attacking sector.
Longoria wants to keep Milik and he wants to stay
A few weeks ago Pablo Longoria expressed that he wanted to keep Milik. Indeed, the president of OM had declared on calcionapoli24 that he was counting on Milik next season.
“Milik is a player under contract with us. We’ve talked all season. We want to give continuity to our project, confirming those players who brought us to second place in the championship. » Pablo Longoria – Source: calcionapoli24 (06/26/2022)
Milik would also like to continue his Olympian adventure, as he explained at the end of last season to La Provence.
“I would like to stay. With OM, we still have a lot to offer each other. I’m at an interesting point in my career, experienced on the one hand, but still relatively young and developing. Looking at Karim Benzema, who is more than six years older, I can be optimistic” Arkadiusz Milik Sources: Provence (08/06/2022)
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