Juventus winger Samuel Iling-Junior is one of the player linked with a move to Tottenham in the January transfer window.
Speculation surrounding the 20-year-old’s potential move to North London has been fuelled by multiple reports linking him with a move in recent weeks.
He is currently under contract with Italian giants Juventus until the summer of 2025, but according to Italian journalist Rudy Galetti, the Old Lady is said to be working on selling the talented young winger.
— Rudy Galetti (@RudyGaletti) January 3, 2024
The Serie A giants are said to be seeking a transfer fee ranging between €20m. However, given the Serie A club’s pressing need for cash, they could release the player at a reduced price.
Romano has previously stated that there is a concrete interest from English clubs, particularly mentioning Tottenham as a possible destination for Iling-Junior.
“The interest of English clubs in general is confirmed. It’s a concrete possibility for Iling-Junior to go back to the Premier League.
“He would love to go back to England, this is priority for the January transfer window, so Tottenham could be a possibility.”
Spurs are on the look for another attacker due to the injuries to Manor Solomon, and Ivan Perisic which has left them without many options in the left-side of the attack.
Furthermore, Iling-Junior’s agent, Frank Trimboli, shares a strong rapport with Spurs’ chairman, Daniel Levy. Their collaboration could have a significant impact on making this transfer happen.