Arkadiusz Milik is reportedly preparing to join Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham as the London club seek striking reinforcements to work alongside leading forward Harry Kane.
The Napoli striker joined Serie A club from Ajax in 2016 in a move which cost £28.8m as per TransferMarkt and has since gone on to be directly involved in 53 goals in 122 matches in all competitions for the Italian club.
According to a recent report from Corriere Dello Sport (via Sports Witness) the 26-year-old is ready and waiting to join-up with Mourinho’s Spurs.
The Italian outlet’s report also claims that despite the experienced Polish striker being touted by Juventus and AS Roma, he now appears to be close to a move to Spurs in time for the summer transfer window’s deadline day.
Mourinho is reportedly determined to bring in another striker to provide cover as well as work alongside leading striker and club captain Kane.
Milik is also reportedly pushing for a move away from Napoli and is already training alone after ‘concrete’ talks were held recently between both Napoli and Spurs.
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