There’s a high chance for him to replace heung min son on the attacking line and play full time games if he sign for spur Spur manager already have a personal agreement with the young Boy,expecting to sign in January

Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with Samuel Iling-Junior in recent weeks.

For instance, The Independent recently claimed that Spurs are keen on bringing the Juventus winger back to the Premier League.

Now, a report from Italy has provided more information on Tottenham’s interest in Iling-Junior, as well as Spurs’ chances of signing him.

It’s good news on both fronts. Bianconera News claims that Juve are indeed open to selling the reported Tottenham target.

This is due to the fact Iling-Junior has struggled for game time this term. He has made just four Serie A outings this term and has just 113 minutes of football under his belt.

Could Tottenham land exciting £12m ‘assist machine’?

The outlet claims that a January transfer could be an ‘opportunity’ for Iling-Junior to seek first-team football and Tottenham are named ‘in particular’ as a potential destination.

Spurs are described as a ‘growing team with an ambitious project’ who could afford to sign the England Under-21 ace in January.

Juventus apparently also like the idea of selling Iling-Junior in January. His contract runs until 2025, so they’d be under more pressure to sort out his future next summer.

Likened to Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, Iling-Junior could be a bargain signing for Spurs. Juventus reportedly only want around £12million for his signature.

Tottenham could certainly do with bringing in cover for Ivan Perisic and Manor Solomon down the left and the ‘assist machine with shades of Rafael Leao‘ (Eurosport) would be a great shout.

Iling-Junior is just 20 years old, talented, has English football experience, seems keen on a return to the Premier League, his club appears open to selling, and apparently he could cost less than £15million.

All in all, signing him seems like an absolute no-brainer for Tottenham.

 


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