Tottenham Hotspur’s Ivan Perišić is eyeing a move back to Inter Milan in the summer, according to Tuttosport.

The 34-year-old left the Serie A side when his deal with them expires at the end of last season and joined Spurs for free last summer.

This allowed the left wing-back to reunite with his former manager, Antonio Conte, at the north London club. The Italian is no longer at Tottenham after he was shown the exit door last month and his permanent successor is yet to be announced.

Inter’s Robin Gosens could make a switch to the Bundesliga in the next window. If that were to happen, the ‘doors could reopen’ for the Tottenham player, who ‘wants to come back’ to the San Siro after this season.

The Croatian earns €6m per year at the Premier League side. The report states he must ‘make a sacrifice’ to seal a return to his former club, perhaps by spreading a year’s salary over two seasons.

Tuttosport add it’s ‘difficult to think’ Tottenham could block the move for a player with an ‘expiring contract’. It’s worth noting Perišić’s deal at Spurs expires in 2024 and not this June.