Tottenham are among the clubs interested in signing Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah, according to reports.
Asamoah has made 150 appearances in all competitions across six seasons since joining Juventus from Udinese in 2012.
However, he has never been a regular starter in Turin, playing only 20 times so far this term – and he is out of contract at the end of the campaign.
According to the Sun, Asamoah’s situation has led to interest from Spurs, Chelsea and Everton.
What’s more, the Mail believes Tottenham are “confident of landing” the 29-year-old Ghana international.
Asamoah is a left-sided midfielder, but he has often been used as a left wing-back during his time with the Italian champions.
There is a chance Spurs will be looking to strengthen in that position this summer given the uncertainty surrounding Danny Rose’s future.
Rose gave a controversial interview last summer in which he criticised the club’s ambition and transfer policy.
There has been interest in the defender from Manchester United, but Rose’s struggles with fitness and form could put his future in the balance at the end of the season.
Fulham’s teenage sensation Ryan Sessegnon has also been touted as a potential Rose replacement – I think most Tottenham fans would prefer him over Asamoah.