Relationship between Arkadiusz Milik and Napoli will reportedly end in court, as the centre-forward has allegedly not been paid in full.
The Poland international has been frozen out of the squad and is hoping to find playing time elsewhere ahead of Euro 2020 next summer.
And the 26-year-old has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid in recent days, despite the Partenopei asking for €15m to sell in January.
The relationship is tense between Milik and patron Aurelio De Laurentiis and Il Corriere dello Sport highlights the mutiny in November and the violation of image rights with Milik’s restaurant as the main issues.
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Napoli are suing the Poland international, but Milik responds by accusing the club for a missing salary.
The newspaper claims Milik would be the only player who has not yet received the salary for October and he’s considering taking legal action against the Azzurri.
Milik seemed set for a move to Juventus or Roma last summer, but the deal was blocked and the striker was left out of the Partenopei squad. Now, the relationship between the two parties seem to end in court.