Milan touched base for Jakub Kiwior during the summer while they were looking for defensive reinforcements. However, the center-back didn’t want to move at the time. He preferred having a consistent role at Spezia to try earning a spot in the Poland squad for the World Cup.

As per Tuttomercatoweb, the Rossoneri remain very keen on the player, and the scenario could change in January. They haven’t lodged a proposal yet, but the contacts between the parties have been frequent. The Aquilotti would be ready to let him go for a proper offer since they don’t want to impede his career, and he did them a solid by staying put.

West Ham tendered €12M in the previous window, but the deal didn’t progress. The Liguria side could ask for €16/20M in early 2023 considering his growth, especially if he did go to Qatar. Milan could decide to invest to purchase him since the personal requests by Kiwior wouldn’t be too high.

The 22-year-old moved to Serie A from Zilina in 2021. He broke out as a defensive midfielder under Thiago Motta, while he has featured as the anchor of a three-man back-line with Luca Gotti at the helm.

Our Take on Milan Eyeing Kiwior

The Polish youngster made a lot of sense for Milan while they were looking both for an extra guy in their rearguard, preferably a lefty, and a muscular contributor to replace Franck Kessié. Though, they addressed their needs with Malick Thiaw and Aster Vranckx. While the latter is on loan, they paid €7M for the former. The Spezia prodigy does fit the profile of their typical purchases, but he might be a surplus for January.

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