De Laurentiis would be furious with Pirlo for the phone call that the Juventus coach would have made to Milik.
According to what Il Corriere dello Sport writes, De Laurentiis would be furious with Pirlo for a call that the Juventus coach would have made to the Pole to force his hand.
Pirlo would have asked Milik to stay at Napoli pending the positive conclusion of the negotiation between Campania and Juventus.
Having learned of this phone call, De Laurentiis would have urgently summoned both the ds Giuntoli and the Polish agent to retire.
The patron of Napoli would not accept the interference of Juventus and would like to sell the player only on his terms and where he decides.
As is known, the Campania club is in an advanced transfer market negotiation with Roma.
Napoli should collect money plus cards from Under and Riccardi, while Roma should have Milik (in this way the Giallorossi could give the green light to the sale of Dzeko).
De Laurentiis would be determined to bring this transfer market scenario to fruition and would therefore be annoyed by Juventus' attempt to change the player's mind.
The negotiation with Rome would be close to a positive conclusion, only five million euros would dance. Napoli asks for 20 while Roma offers 15.
For this reason De Laurentiis would have summoned Milik's agent to give him an ultimatum of this type:
'Either the player goes to Roma, or he stays in the stands for a year'.
We remind you that Milik's contract expires in 2021 so soon the player could move on a free transfer where he deems appropriate (source Il Corriere dello Sport ).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano