Harry Kane is the only recognised striker at Tottenham Hotspur and José Mourinho has already announced his desire of wanting a new No.9.
Arkadiusz Milik is back on Spurs’ agenda after the Napoli frontman failed to seal a move to AS Roma.
According to Calciomercato.it, the 26-year-old is now looking for a new club after the possibility of joining Roma ‘ended badly’.
The Poland international is of interest to several Premier League clubs and a door has opened for him to move to England.
Spurs get a mention, and the website adds the player’s agent will meet Tottenham officials in London on Wednesday.
The two parties will try to understand if the idea of a transfer can be converted into ‘concrete negotiations’. In addition to this, Napoli also want to resolve the issue around the attacker’s future ‘as soon as possible’.
Milik’s current deal with the Naples club runs until 2021. His contract situation, coupled with the Covid-19 crisis impacting the market and the time left in the ongoing window, could see him being made available for a ‘bargain price’.
Andrea Belotti, who will cost ‘more than double’ (around €40m) the Napoli striker’s asking price, is the ‘other idea’ for Tottenham, if a deal for Milik doesn’t materialise. However, Torino are ‘very reluctant’ to let Belotti leave.