Tottenham are keen on making a move to sign Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik, according to the Express.
Jose Mourinho has been monitoring the 26-year-old throughout this summer – and we relayed a story from Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport from back in August that Spurs were interested in Milik, but weren’t willing to meet the Serie A outfits £36m asking price.
However, less than a month later, the Express believe that Napoli have now lowered their asking price and value the Polish international, who has less than 12 months on his contract at the San Paolo and doesn’t want to sign a new deal, at around £26m.
Having missed out on both Callum Wilson and Ollie Watkins, who joined Newcastle United and Aston Villa respectively, Mourinho remains in the hunt for another striker to ease the workload on Harry Kane.
And Milik, who scored 14 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions last term as Napoli finished 7th in Serie A, would be interested in moving to the Premier League.
Milik suffered two serious knee injuries in recent years, which forced him to spend a number of months on the sidelines. But since returning to full fitness, the striker has managed to remain injury-free over the previous two seasons and would bring a wealth of experience having been capped more than 50 times for Poland.