Manchester United and Tottenham are offered hope in any potential pursuit of AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek, with the Pole’s father opening a transfer door within the winter window.
The 24-year-old frontman was joined with a move to England before heading for San Siro in January 2019.
A stunning strike rate at Genoa had brought him to the attention of leading sides across Europe.
Milan won the race for his signature and thought that they had found a €35 million (£29m/$39m) cut price as Piatek burst out of the blocks with the Rossoneri.
He has, however, slipped slowly out of form and down the pecking order.
Piatek has solely 5 goals to his name this season and faces other competition for places following the arrival of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
With international ambitions to think about heading towards euro 2020 , a change of scenery is being thought-about within the current window.
Piatek’s father claims that Milan are only fascinated by a permanent sale, instead of a short-run loan, however many clubs are aforesaid to be closely monitoring things.
United and Spurs are among those, at the side of Premier League rivals West Ham, while
La Liga giants Atletico Madrid and Barcelona remain within the market for another goalscorer.
“Kris wants to reach euro 2020 in good condition which suggests that he can’t be a reserve sitting on the bench, however needs to be an everyday starter,” Wladyslaw Piatek told Polish news outlet Sportowefakty.
“If he can’t do that at Milan, then he’ll gladly do it elsewhere. he’s on the transfer market in January, just like Lucas Paqueta, Suso and Hakan Calhanoglu.
“Many clubs are asking to take him on loan, however Milan want to sell immediately to recover the cash they paid Genoa a year ago and reinvest in real time in new players.
“It’ll all go down to the final week of the transfer window, once his future will be decided.”
United and Tottenham are often expected to retain their interest in Piatek for as long as they need attacking reinforcements.
Two domestic rivals in England have seen untimely injuries hand them unwelcome selection headaches.
Marcus Rashford and Harry Kane find themselves stuck on the sidelines at old Trafford and also the Tottenham Hotspur stadium severally, forcing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho into a groundwork for appropriate cover .