Tottenham have rejected numerous offers from AC Milan for Mousa Dembele, according to reports in Italy.

Dembele, who has just one year left on his current contract, is expected to leave Spurs this summer after failing to agree terms on a new deal.

The Belgian has revealed he will not discuss a new deal until after the World Cup, but multiple reports have suggested he is likely to leave the north London club.

Mauricio Pochettino signed a new five-year contract earlier this month and will apparently receive increased transfer funds to overhaul his squad this summer.

Part of those funds will probably be made up of player sales, with the likes of Dembele, Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose expected to depart.

Dembele has been heavily linked with a move to China or Italy, and recent reports suggest the latter is a possibility – although Tottenham currently aren’t letting it happen.

Italian outlet Calcio Mercato claims AC Milan have now made multiple offers for Dembele, but they have all been turned down.

Whether Milan aren’t meeting Spurs’ valuation or Tottenham want to wait until after the World Cup to discuss Dembele’s future is unclear at the moment.



  1. Would love us to extend his contract by another 2 years minimum. Losing him and Toby in the same summer will be a disaster for us defensively and in terms of our possession (both of which Mousa is key to)…the amount we would get for him with 1 year remaining makes him not worth selling as hes so vital in big games.


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