The vice-president of the Polish Football Federation Mark Kozminski has told Tottenham Hotspur target Arkadiusz Milik to find a new club in January.
Milik was one of two strikers Jose Mourinho’s side had narrowed down their chase to during the last transfer window, with the other one being Carlos Vinicius (according to Football.London).
Spurs ended up snapping up the Brazilian on loan from Benfica just a few days before the European transfer window closed but reports in Italy have backed Tottenham to return with another offer for the Polish international when the transfer window reopens in January (Tuttomercatoweb).
Everton are also said to be readying a bid for the 26-year-old, with Carlo Ancelotti reported to be keen on reuniting with the striker at Goodison Park (The Sun).
Milik has been frozen out in Naples after refusing to sign a new contract and reports indicate that the striker is keen to leave in January rather than wait until next summer when he will be a free agent (Gianlucadimarzio).
Kozminski has admitted that Poland want the striker to be fit and firing in time for the Euros next summer and suggested that a January move would be in the interest of all parties.
“Poland needs to find a Milik in its best condition, now they are not happy, they cannot be enthusiastic.
“What will his new club be? I know that there has been talk of many teams, amongst them, Inter and Fiorentina. The hope is that the centre forward can find a new team.”
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