On Tuesday, TuttoMercatoWeb stated Tottenham Hotspur target Samuel Iling-Junior could leave Juventus in the winter market.

This is backed up by more outlets in Italy, and they also provide the latest update on Spurs’ ongoing pursuit of the 20-year-old.

Sport Mediaset state the winger, who can also operate as a left wing-back, is destined to leave the Serie A side in January, after struggling to have a prominent role this season. When discussing his options, Tottenham are mentioned.

It’s said Juve sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli recently made a trip to England, where he spoke about Iling-Junior with the north London club. The Old Lady are aiming for a permanent sale since the player’s deal expires in 2025.

Calciomercato, relayed by il BiancoNero, not only state the England U21 international can leave the Turin club but also claim he ‘can move’ to Tottenham next month.

They further add ‘contacts are underway’, likely between the two clubs, over a potential deal for the former Chelsea academy graduate.

Juventus seem very keen to sell, which presents an opportunity for Spurs.