Towards the end of the January window, Tottenham Hotspur showed interest in signing Atlético Madrid’s Yannick Carrasco.

It was claimed the north London club were ready to pay the winger’s €60m release clause, but no deal took shape and he continued with the La Liga side.

With claims of Tottenham Hotspur’s interest in the 28-year-old, he admitted in March that several clubs knocked on his door. However, the player wasn’t in favour of a transfer as he wanted to stay in Madrid.

Things have now taken a concrete step forward for the summer.

According to El Chiringuito journalist Juanfe Sanz, the former AS Monaco attacker has received an ‘offer from Tottenham’.

That’s the only informational about Spurs mentioned in the tweet. The journalist doesn’t give an insight whether the Premier League side are willing to trigger his release clause in the next window, although they’d almost certainly go in with an offer much less.

Carrasco has a contract with Atletico which runs until June 2024, so the club will naturally start thinking about his future soon. The Belgian has six goals and seven assists to his name in all competitions.