José Mourinho has Harry Kane as the only recognised striker at Tottenham Hotspur and the manager has publicly revealed his desire to bring in a new No.9 this summer.
Two days ago, El Desmarque reported Spurs have Willian José ‘on the agenda’, after failing to sign the Real Sociedad striker in the winter market.
Calciomercato.it also explain the north London club ‘return’ for the Brazilian.
Mourinho likes Arkadiusz Milik, but the Napoli forward is set to move elsewhere, while Torino have rejected the English club’s approach for Andrea Belotti.
Tottenham have now returned for José, and it’s claimed the Premier League club have had an ‘agreement in principle’ with the La Liga attacker since January.
According to the report, Spurs, at the insistence of Mourinho, could ‘try again in a concrete way’ to sign the 28-year-old by making an offer between €20m and €25m.
It remains to be seen whether or not the aforementioned figures would be sufficient to convince La Real to allow José to leave this summer.