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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Ajax striker Malik likely to chose Spain over Spurs

Ajax Striker Malik Likely To Chose Spain Over Spurs

Ajax striker Malik likely to chose Spain over Spurs

Tottenham will have to compete hard if we want to seriously gain the services of Ajax striker Arkadiusz Milik. The Polish striker scored 24 goals and had 12 assists this season, helping Ajax to finish second in the Eredivisie to champions PSX Eindhoven.

He has become the target of several clubs in Europe including Sevilla, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Liverpool, Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Olympique Marseille and Lazio. 

Lazio has made the first move for the 22-year-old striker (23 next February) offering £11.74 million (15m EUR - US$16.99m). Sevilla are in their third consecutive UEFA Europa League Final, having won the previous two and that is thanks to the work of the Sporting Director Monchi.

Tottenham tried to bring him on board in place of Franco Baldini and Barcelona have been reported as being interested in taking him to the Camp Nou. It is understood that Milik is his first-choice striker recruitment this summer. The player is also open to the move.

"Sevilla is a great club playing in a great competition. I do not hide that the Spanish League is my favorite option.
"I am a big fan of Spain, its climate, its food, language, but also have to say that I will not take a decision on my future based on these things. I am a professional and I will be guided by sports factors, although it is difficult to find a better place to develop a career that league. " 

Not everyone simply runs to a Premier League club for the money, although if you read the comments from supporters in forums you'd think there was no other option. In Spain he'd be more likely to  play every week, at Tottenham he would have to play second fiddle to Harry Kane or we would have to adjust the system to accommodate him.

Despite interest from a host of clubs. it seems he'll be off to Spain.


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