Report reveals how much Spurs have to pay to land Milik in January

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Reports from Italy continue to link Tottenham Hotspur with a move for Napoli striker, Arkadiusz Milik ahead of the January transfer window.

The 26-year-old was on Tottenham’s radar during the summer but the club eventually decided to snap up Carlos Vinicius on loan from Benfica instead.

Meanwhile, Milik has been frozen out of the first-team picture at Napoli after failing to sign a new deal, with the striker said to be intent on leaving the club in January.

Previous reports suggested that Tottenham (Tuttomercatoweb), Everton (The Sun) and Roma (Corriere dello Sport) could all make an offer for the Poland international in January.

A report in Il Mattino (as relayed by Football.London) has now claimed that the North Londoners may have even more competition for the striker’s signature.

The report suggests that the Serie A giants will demand a fee in the region of €10-15 million for the striker when the transfer window reopens, despite his current deal at the San Paolo Stadium running out next summer.

They also reveal that Atletico Madrid, Juventus and PSG will all push Spurs for the striker’s signature.

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