Club keen on ‘fresh money’ from selling player to Tottenham – Entourage looking for January deal
On November 14th, Il Bianconero reported Tottenham Hotspur are leading the chase for Juventus’ Samuel Iling-Junior.
The 20-year-old has been restricted to 113 minutes from four games and has featured only once since September.
His deal expires in 2025 and the Serie A side have included him in their list of transferable players for the winter market. That’s according to Calciomercato.it, who state Tottenham ‘like’ Iling-Junior.
Over at Tutto Juve, they also discuss the north London club’s interest in the winger, who has lost prominence at the Turin club. Due to this, Massimiliano Allegri’s side could get rid of the England U21 international as early as January.
It’s said Juve are keen to sell him to Tottenham, as it could help them ‘bring fresh money’, which is needed to reinforce the squad. There’s no mention of the fee demanded by the Old Lady.
Calciomercato state Juventus have requested around €15-20m for the former Chelsea academy graduate. They claim Premier League sides are ready to match it, but don’t provide any details of those clubs.
Meanwhile, Iling-Junior’s entourage is looking for options in January and with Tottenham named as an interested party, he could end up there if they meet Juve’s demand.