Tottenham Hotspur and Everton were linked with Arkadiusz Milik in the summer, but he failed to get a move away from Napoli.
The striker’s current deal runs down after this season and he can join another club on a free transfer next summer.
Earlier this week, reports coming out of Italy explained the 26-year-old wants to change clubs in January and the Serie A side have accepted his request.
Calciomercato now explains the Poland international and his employer are trying to find a ‘satisfactory solution’ to end their association.
It’s claimed Milik’s agent met the Napoli leaders on Friday, where they looked at trying to ‘create the conditions for a sale in January’.
Milik wants to go to next summer’s European championship with Poland, which is why he isn’t willing to wait until the end of the season to change clubs on a free transfer.
When discussing the potential suitors, Tottenham get a mention, along with Juventus, AS Roma and Atlético Madrid. The website states a move to either of the two Italian clubs ‘appears today as a very remote possibility’.
Milik could move abroad [outside Italy], and the track leading to ‘Mourinho’s Tottenham’ or Atlético opens again.
Should Spurs decide to make an approach for the frontman, they could take him for a low price in the winter market.