Journalist reveals Spurs are one of two clubs to have made bid for 26-year-old

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Italian transfer expert, Alfredo Pedulla, has revealed that Tottenham Hotspur are one of two clubs to have made an offer to sign Arkadiusz Milik this summer.

Despite being restricted to a bit-part role for Napoli this season, Milik has still managed to find the back of the net thirteen times in all competitions for the Serie A side (transfermarkt.com).

The Poland international has been linked with a move to Spurs of late, with reports indicating that the North Londoners previously made a player plus cash offer to sign him  (Tuttosport via Sport Witness).

The striker, who has just a year left to run on his contract with Gennaro Gattuso’s side, is also said to be interesting Juventus this summer.

During the broadcast of SportItalia Mercato on SportItalia (as relayed by Area Napoli), Pedulla revealed that Napoli have received serious offers from both Spurs and Juventus for the 26-year-old, although the striker would prefer to join the Serie A champions.

The journalist is quoted as saying: “There are two serious offers for Arek Milik. They are Juventus and Tottenham.

“The Pole prefers the Old Lady. Napoli, to sell the player, asks for a sum equal to €50million. He will not be satisfied ”

“There will not even be offers of €35 or €40m for Milik. Nobody wants to invest a lot of money for a player who, in 12 months, will free himself on a free transfer.”

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It sounds as if there has not been much development in the Milik saga for the last couple of months. Multiple reports have indicated that Tottenham and Juventus both want the striker but Napoli are demanding an unrealistic price. One presumes that Napoli will be forced to reduce their asking price for the striker once the transfer window opens as he could walk away as a free agent in a year’s time.

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