Juan Foyth’s situation at Tottenham Hotspur didn’t improve even after Mauricio Pochettino was replaced by José Mourinho in November.
The centre-back has made only one start in the league this season and on January 9th, his agent Claudio Curti admitted the 22-year-old could leave Spurs in the winter market.
Earlier today, we covered claims from Gazzetta dello Sport, who explained Hellos Verona are interested in the Argentina international and their idea is to take him on a free loan with a view to buy for €10m.
Foyth must have regular minutes in order to make it to the Argentina squad for the summer’s Copa America and he’s aware it’s difficult at the north London club.
Hellas1903.it now brings the latest update and according to them, there’s ‘No Foyth for Verona’ this month.
That’s because the Serie A side’s offer of a free loan plus redemption right set at €10m wasn’t ‘taken into consideration’ by Tottenham because they can use Foyth as part of other operations.
Spurs are in the market for new striker and AC Milan’s Krzysztof Piątek is considered as one of the targets, with a hint from Hellas1903 that Foyth could be used to tempt the Rossoneri.