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Paratici spearheading Tottenham return for Serie A winner

By Bruce Grove -

Milan Skriniar is a long-term target for Tottenham and Fabio Paratici is leading another Spurs’ attempt to try to sign the Inter Milan man.

The Lilywhites pursued the Slovakian relentlessly last summer before they settled for Joe Rodon.

Rodon hasn’t delivered the right impact and they are now on the lookout for defenders again this summer.

Calciomercato reports that Paratici is spearheading another assault on Inter Milan to sign the centre-back.

Skriniar has had an up-and-down time at the Milan club after he had to battle hard to win a place in the first team as Antonio Conte led them to win the Scudetto.

The defender is now one of the important players in the Nerazzurri team and the report says he is only thinking about remaining with them.

Tottenham is keen to make him the leader of their defence under Nuno Espirito Santo, but they would have to win him over before the deal can be done.

He is currently valued at around $66.00m according to Transfermarkt, but Tottenham can negotiate that fee down as Inter looks to ease some of their financial burden.

Jules Kounde is another defender that Tottenham has targeted this summer, but it remains unclear which of them will join the club.

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2 years ago

“Rodon has not delivered the right kind of impact”. My goodness everytime I saw him he looks like sky is the limit. Who knows if he was given the same run as Davidson Sanchez who seem like he needs one of those kiddie string parents use to keep toddlers close by. I have never seen a defender so detached from his partners. Dier, my goodness, it was a matter of when he was going to make a costly error. Rodon played above his experience, not fair to label him a failure, there are your 2 most senior failures right there.

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