Tottenham Hotspur, Brentford and Fulham are all in the picture for Juventus’ Samuel Iling-Junior, according to Tuttosport.

The winger’s deal lasts until 2025 and with renewal talks currently on hold, he’s heading towards the exit door in January.

Tottenham, Brentford, Fulham and Marseille are the four clubs battling it out for the 20-year-old’s signature. Among these clubs, Spurs are in the front row and have been chasing him for the past few weeks.

Tottenham’s Ivan Perišić, Manor Solomon and Ryan Sessegnon have been sidelined with long-term injuries. Taking this into account, Iling-Junior could be a useful addition on the left.

The England U21 international is represented by CAA Base, led by Frank Trimboli.

It’s said the agent has an excellent relationship with Daniel Levy as he has been the ‘go-to representative’ for the Tottenham chairman for carry out several operations in recent years.

With regards to the Bees and Marco Silva’s side, Tuttosport explain that these two clubs in particular have tested the ground for a potential deal. Levy’s good ties with the agent could help Tottenham get ahead of Brentford and Fulham in the transfer race.

Juve, for their part, are requesting at least €15-20m to sanction Iling-Junior’s sale in the winter market.