Arkadiusz Milik is closer than ever to an exit from Napoli after reports Olympique Marseille increased their offer to €10m plus €5m in bonuses.
The striker is only under contract until June 30 and has been frozen out all season due to the dispute.
Napoli are asking for €18m to release the Poland international, while he has so far rejected all the proposals put to him, eager to leave for free over the summer.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the situation is developing, with Milik and Napoli now tempted to accept the terms put to them by Marseille.
It would be a transfer fee worth €10m with bonuses worth up to another €5m tied to performances, results and goals.
Milik has been warned that if he doesn’t find a new club in January, he won’t be considered for the Poland squad at the Euros next summer.