Krzysztof Piątek is wanted by Mourinho to replace the injured Harry Kane, but there is still no agreement with Milan.
The arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimović and the incredibly disappointing performances of Krzysztof Piątek could spell the end for the adventure of the striker at Milan already after just one year.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Italia, Alessandro Jacobone of NonEvoluto and others both in Italy and England, Piątek has attracted the interest of Tottenham and Aston Villa.
Harry Kane has suffered an injury that rules him out for the next few months and so Spurs are on the market for a striker. According to Di Marzio, Jose Mourinho wants Krzysztof. Two offers have already been made by the Premier League side, but Milan have rejected both of them.
The first ‘no’ came when Tottenham asked to take Piątek on loan as Milan would only sell him on a permanent deal. Spurs then changed their strategy and offered a permanent transfer. However, they wanted to throw Juan Foyth (21, defender) and Victor Wanyama (28, midfielder) into the deal. So at the moment, there is no agreement that has been reached between the parties.
Jacobone meanwhile states that Aston Villa are the only side that has spoken to Piątek’s agents and more updates are expected in the next days. The 24-year-old cost Milan €35m last year.