Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik reportedly considers his options for next season, with Atletico Madrid and Milan monitoring the situation at the San Paolo.
The Poland international has done well for the Azzurri, scoring nine times in 16 Serie A matches this term, but the 26-year-old is, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, keeping the door open for a move away after the current campaign.
The newspaper has claimed that Milik is not completely happy with life at Napoli and could be looking for a new challenge.
His contract expires in June 2021 and the Partenopei will allegedly try to renew the current deal, to stop the forward going on a cheap, but the Gazzetta dello Sport reports that both Milan and Atletico Madrid are following the situation closely, ready to offer Milik an important role in their respective squads.
Milik arrived in Naples after an impressive stint at Ajax, where he scored 47 goals in 75 games for the Dutch giants. Since his move to the Partenopei in 2016, he has scored 46 times in 109 games for the Azzurri.