Tottenham Hotspur are eager to add to their attacking options during the summer transfer window.
Jose Mourinho has made it clear that he wants to bring in a back-up striker for Harry Kane, as the club’s top scorer has struggled with injury this season.
According to Goal, as relayed by Daily Mail, Tottenham are keen to sign Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik this summer. Napoli are bracing themselves for the Poland international to leave in the summer, amid interest from Spurs and Juventus, as they continue to be linked with a move for Victor Osimhen. The Lilywhites could face stiff competition from the Turin outfit in their pursuit of the £28m-valued ace.
Milik has scored 10 goals in 20 games in Serie A this season, taking three shots per game, with a passing accuracy rate of 82.9% (via WhoScored).
Mourinho has endured a difficult time during his first season in charge of Spurs, as his team currently sit well behind the Champions League-chasing clubs in the top five.
The 26-year-old Milik, who has been compared to Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp, will be out of contract next season. The Polish international has been in fine form for the Parthenopeans over the years, as he has scored 47 goals in 115 appearances in all competitions, but it seems he is now set for a departure from the Stadio San Paolo.
Last month, Corriere dello Sport claimed that Aurelio De Laurentiis is demanding £45m to seal the deal.
As it stands, it is difficult to imagine that Levy will be willing to spend heavily on Milik, as Spurs wrestle with the economic effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.
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