Real Betis are showing interest in taking Getafe striker Miku to the Benito Villamarin, according to Marca.

The Venezuelan international spent last season on loan in Scotland with Glasgow Celtic after falling out with Getafe President Angel Torres.

However, he has now returned to the Coliseum Alfonso Perez after an unsuccessful stint at Parkhead, during which he made just 11 League appearances with two goals, and Betis boss Pepe Mel is weighing up a bid for the player.

It is believed El Geta are asking around €3m for the 27-year-old, who has scored 24 games in 87 La Liga games for the Madrid club, although it is doubtful whether any team would be prepared to pay that amount, including Betis.

Mel is understood to have asked about Miku’s situation before the start of last season and is ready to make a fresh enquiry as he seeks to strengthen his strike force for his team’s assault on the Europa League next term.

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