Udinese sporting director Nereo Bonato has promised a resolution to Piotr Zielinski's future in the coming days, while cryptically explaining that "everything is changing".

The Poland international midfielder is under contract with Udinese, but is expected to move on amid interest from AC Milan, Liverpool and Napoli.

Napoli have had an offer for Zielinski accepted, but the midfielder has made Liverpool his first choice and AC Milan his second choice, leading to busy days for his agent.

The midfielder's future had been expected to be swiftly settled following Poland's elimination for Euro 2016, but it has dragged on.

Bonato sees a resolution soon though and told Italian outlet Tutto Mercato: "The player is wanted by many teams and in some cases had even come to a full agreement, but everything is changing.


"In the coming days we will understand", he added.

Zielinski spent last season on loan with Serie A side Empoli, where he further enhanced his reputation.

Recently his agent claimed his client had decided on his next club, choosing between AC Milan and Liverpool, but the situation has since gone quiet.