Napoli’s director of football Cristiano Giuntoli is working with Arkadiusz Milik’s agents and ‘evaluating foreign tracks’ for the striker, and Tottenham are one of them.
The striker is widely expected to leave Napoli this summer, with them keen to get him off the wage bill and recoup money after spending big on Victor Osimhen.
He has been heavily linked with a move inside Serie A, with Juventus close in July and Roma the favourites in September.
Both of those options are fading at this moment in time, though, and so the club and his representatives are now exploring options outside of Italy according to Calciomercato.
One road ‘leads to London’ and Tottenham specifically, with it claimed that Jose Mourinho ‘highly esteems’ the Polish striker.
There had been contacts with Spurs at the end of last season and while there are no real negotiations at this point, if the ‘right connections’ were found it could be a solution that needs to be taken into ‘great consideration’.
Calciomercato claim that Tottenham would like to set up an operation with a quid pro quo, although there’s no mention of what that would be.
Similarly, there is no ‘real negotiation’ at this stage but more of a ‘flashback’ to their interest from last summer.
The website says there are ‘expected developments’ in the next few days, with Milik still a protagonist on the market and Tottenham potentially getting involved in the affair.