Spurs have taken a step towards securing the signing of Krzysztof Piatek by agreeing terms with the AC Milan striker, it is claimed.
The Poland international started during Milan’s 4-2 extra time win over Torino in the Coppa Italia on Tuesday night but subbed off after 65 minutes and was hammered by the Italian press for his performance.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reported on Wednesday that it could have been Piatek’s last match in a Milan shirt as Hertha Berlin have made an approach to sign Piatek, but at the moment the most likely destination seems to be Tottenham.
The paper stated that Milan and Spurs two clubs are in constant contact and are negotiating to find an agreement on the transfer formula.
Now, according to transfer source Louis Girardi, Piatek’s agent has informed Milan that his client has agreed personal terms with Spurs ahead of a potential move.
Now, the north London club must raise their offer to close the deal, with the Rossoneri not willing to sell for less than €28m.
L’agente di Piatek ha fatto sapere al Milan di avere un accordo con il #Tottenham. Il club inglese deve alzare l’offerta per chiudere gli accordi. Milan disposto a cedere Piatek non meno di 28 mln.
— Louis Girardi®️ (@LGWsport) January 29, 2020