Krzysztof Piątek has been on Tottenham Hotspur’s radar this month and Gazzetta dello Sport reported on Monday that AC Milan are waiting for a written offer from Spurs for the striker.
Later that day, Calciomercato explained the north London club’s offer to sign the Poland international, on loan, wasn’t what the Serie A side want. It was also stated Tottenham are willing to present a new proposal for the 24-year-old.
Polish outlet Sport.pl claims the Premier League side are keen on acquiring the player’s services, and they back that up by claiming a video conference was held between Piątek and José Mourinho on Monday.
The former Manchester United manager personally wanted to speak to the attacker and during the video call, Mourinho explained his plans for Piątek at Tottenham.
Spurs are in need of a new attacker following an injury setback to Harry Kane, who could miss the rest of the season.
Sport.pl add it’s possible Piątek’s transfer to Tottenham ‘will become a fact’ and the situation around the Milan forward will be clear by Friday.
Meanwhile, Sky Italia reports Tottenham continue to press for Piątek, but there isn’t an agreement for the transfer. Spurs would like to take him on an 18-month loan deal with purchase option.