Italian side, Sampdoria has become the latest team to join the race to sign Juan Foyth as he edges ever closer to a Spurs exit, reports Italian media outlet CalcioMercato.
The Argentinean does not appear to be a part of Jose Mourinho’s plans for the team, and the Portuguese manager hasn’t been considering him for selection since he became Spurs manager.
Foyth was signed for £8 million by Mauricio Pochettino and he looked to be developing a career for himself in North London before his compatriot was fired by Spurs.
He has since fallen down the pecking order and Spurs are reportedly prepared to cash in on him.
He has been linked with a move to the likes of Barcelona and Leeds United recently and this report out of Italy is claiming that Italian side Sampdoria has become the latest team to consider a move for him.
The report reckons that the Italians wanted to sign him in the January transfer window, but they couldn’t complete the deal for some reason and they are back to continue where they left off.
Spurs have an interesting summer ahead of them and Mourinho knows that he has to strengthen his defence as he gets set to lose Jan Vertonghen.
Tottenham would be looking to get around £10 million from the sale of Foyth as we reported earlier.
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