Tottenham’s two record signings — Erik Lamela and Moussa Sissoko — look all set to leave the club this summer with a host of Italian clubs interested.
Lamela is yet to play for Spurs in 2017 because of a persistent hip injury. The Argentine set to miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery.
According to The Mirror, Lamela is attracting interest from Inter Milan’s wealthy owners, who are expected to spend big this summer.
Inter believe they can acquire Lamela for around £10 million, a third of what Tottenham paid for the 25-year-old. I expect Daniel Levy will only listen to considerably better offers.
Meanwhile, Sissoko has had to settle for a cameo role for Spurs since arriving last summer, often appearing for 15 minutes here and there off the bench.
The Mirror’s report suggests AC Milan are keen on the former Newcastle midfielder. Last week reports in France claimed Tottenham are willing to let Sissoko leave for around €20 million.