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NAPOLI, Milik: "I think I'm going to stay put, but..."

05.12.2017 17.11 by Claudio Colla  read 1199
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Asked about whether he's staying put or leaving Napoli in January, during the press conference he's just attended, Polish international striker Arkadiusz Milik (23) stated: "I think I'm going top keep playing for Napoli, but that's too soon to talk about it. Now I must focus on fully recovering from my injury. Then, I'll need to talk to our president, and our sporting director". Former Ajax hitman is currently on a deal with Serie A giants until June 2021, and has been linked more than once to Chievo Verona.

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