Tottenham have offered Victor Wanyama and Juan Foyth to AC Milan but the Italians are not overly keen to sign the duo, according to Calcio Mercato.
Wanyama hasn’t played a single minute under Jose Mourinho and it has come as a surprise to some that he is even still at the club. The Kenyan – who was linked with a return to his former club Celtic in January – is behind a long line of players when it comes to being picked in central midfield for Spurs.
Foyth initially looked like he would play at least semi-regularly this term when Mourinho started him against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, but the Argentine was hooked at half-time against Norwich City after making a mistake in the 2-2 draw at Carrow Road in December – and he hasn’t played since.
Calcio Mercato claims Tottenham have proposed the sale of both players to Milan, but the Serie A giants seemingly prefer other options as they think ahead to the summer transfer window.
Regardless of whether Milan change their minds, there is a very good chance Wanyama will leave Spurs at the end of the season. Foyth’s future in north London also looks far from certain if his lack of game time is anything to go by.