Juventus is reportedly prepared to take bids of up to £20 million for Sameul Iling-Junior, a target for Tottenham, according to Football Insider.
Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of conjecture linking Iling-Junior to a move to Tottenham. According to multiple sources, the Lilywhites are leading the race to sign the 20-year-old (Evening Standard).
It has surfaced in the past few days that Brighton (TEAMtalk) and Marseille (CalcioMercato) are among the teams vying for the signature of the Chelsea academy graduate.
But according to Tuttosport two days ago, Spurs are still ahead because the player is represented by CAA Base, under Frank Trimboli’s leadership, and Trimboli and Daniel Levy get along well.
The cost of Samuel Iling-Junior to Tottenham is £20m.
Tottenham’s interest in Iling-Junior is supported by Football Insider, which claims that the Juventus player is a “perfect fit” for Ange Postecoglou’s playing philosophy.
They disclose that, in order to prevent the winger’s value from declining any further, the Bianconeri are now willing to consider bids of up to £20 million for him next month.
The report also states that Spurs have received a “huge boost” ahead of January from Juventus’s position on Iling-Junior.
The cost won’t be a problem for Spurs or any other Premier League team, but I think Iling-Junior will have to make the final decision because his entourage will probably get calls from a few English teams regarding a January transfer.