Tottenham Hotspur are reported to have offered Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik a lucrative contract to make the move to North London.
Football Insider claim that Spurs have tabled a 90,000-a-week contract and £5million signing-on fee to persuade the Polish striker to join Jose Mourinho’s squad.
Milik is out of contract next summer and Spurs are said to be keen to tie the 26-year-old to a pre-contract agreement.
A deal would see the forward see out his contract at the Italian outfit before linking up with Tottenham following the end of the current campaign.
Spurs are prepared to give Milik a five-year contract which would see the 26-year-old earn in the region of £23million, along with the £5million signing-on fee.
Mourinho has already admitted his desire to sign another striker with Harry Kane currently the club’s only out and out option to lead the front line (Sky Sports).
Napoli boss Gennaro Gattuso has already admitted that Milik is looking for a change of scenery (Goal).
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