Publication date: Friday 25 September 2020 1:02

Everton has reportedly joined Tottenham in the race to sign Napoli’s Polish international striker Arcadius Milik.

Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho has not kept a secret On his desire to bring in a new midfielder. While he has several broad players at his disposal, Harry Kane is his only striker.

As such, Tottenham conducted a search across Europe for a new recruit. Initial reports claimed the Bas Dost district of Eintracht Frankfurt was a target, but ties with Milik have intensified in recent days.

In fact, speculation claims Mourinho and Levi will attend a “summit” after making progress To sign the Napoli star. Melek is an interesting choice as he expires in the final months of his contract.

According to reporter Gianluca de Marzio, Everton is now in the race for his signature.

The journalist claims on website That the Toffees had “boosted” their interest by “shamefully testing the floor” on a deal.

Moreover, Napoli informed clubs keen on Milik of the striker’s dumping plan. The Serie A team is ready to renew Milik’s terms before being sent on loan.

This will allow him to find a new challenge and discover his best levels, while giving Napoli the opportunity to take advantage of that level in the coming season.

Everton Coach Carlo Ancelotti has known Milic well since he was coach of Napoli. In fact, Ancelotti has already raided his former club midfielder Alain.

Melek scored 14 goals in 35 games in all competitions last season in his fourth season since signing from Ajax.

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Kane and Son continue to impress the killer duo

Son Heung Min and Harry Kane Tottenham

Amid Tottenham’s bid for a new striker, Kane and Sun Heung-min continued their impressive goalscoring partnership on Thursday.

Son sent Kane to finish third in Tottenham when he reached the Europa League supplement. Son also scored against Shkindega, scoring five goals in two matches, after his fourfold against Southampton.

Meanwhile, Kane provided four assists for Sun on Sunday, and Mourinho insisted he was happy to see his team advance in Europe.

Read his reaction here …