AC Milan have received an offer from Hertha Berlin for striker Krzysztof Piatek, it is claimed, amid strong speculation that Spurs have concrete interest.
Piatek’s exclusive of course fuels the rumours about his future at the club, with a number of outlets reporting that Spurs are in talks over a possible deal for the former Genoa man which could be worth anywhere from €28m to €30m.
According to the latest from Gianluca Di Marzio, another suitor has emerged for Piatek in addition to Spurs in the form of Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin.
The German club have made an offer for a permanent transfer, a formula that would convince Milan, but still the figure offered is considered too low.
It is possible that Hertha could launch a new, higher bid and then it will be necessary to understand whether Milan choose to accept Piatek’s permanent exit or if they may sanction a loan with option/obligation to buy at a higher figure.
In addition, the report notes that the 24-year-old forward has not yet given his green light to the idea of moving to the German capital.