ATLETICO MADRID have reportedly joined Tottenham and Everton in the race to end Arkadiusz Milik's Napoli nightmare.
The 26-year-old is expected to depart the club in January having been left out of Gennaro Gattuso's Serie A and Europa League squads.
And with his contract set to expire next summer, it is understood the Italian outfit want to offload him in the New Year to avoid losing him for nothing.
It has been claimed that Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti is eyeing up a reunion with the Poland international having managed him in Naples.
Meanwhile it is understood that Spurs have retained their interest despite failing to secure his services in the summer.
With Carlos Vinicius flattering to deceive after being brought in from Benfica, Jose Mourinho could look to add more firepower.
But Everton and Tottenham are believed to face competition from LaLiga outfit Atletico, as Diego Simeone desperately looks to bolster his attack.
According to AS, the Spanish side are eyeing up a replacement for Diego Costa who is currently out injured.
The Brazilian-born Spain international is in the final year of his contract at the Wanda Metropolitano, and Atletico said to be getting ready for his exit.
Simeone would also like to bring in another forward to compete with Joao Felix and Luis Suarez as he doesn't trust 23-year-old striker Ivan Saponjic.
Milik could still remain in Italy, with it possible Juventus and Roma could revive their interest in the ex-Ajax marksman.
Both clubs were heavily linked with signing him in the summer, but a deal couldn't be reached with Napoli.
The Old Lady instead signed Alvaro Morata on loan from Atletico, while Edin Dzeko decided to stay in Rome.
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