Despite his important cameos in the Champions League, there has been no indication of Tottenham wanting to keep Fernando Llorente beyond this season.
No renewal has been agreed and everything points towards the veteran forward moving on from the Premier League side at the end of the season, putting an end to a two-year working relationship with Mauricio Pochettino.
However, he could be reunited with one of his former managers, as El Desmarque reveal Antonio Conte, newly appointed at Inter, is interested in working with the Spaniard again.
The Spanish outlet explain the forward has ‘various options’ for next year, and one of them is from the Serie A side, who will be playing in the Champions League next season after finishing the season in fourth.
Conte and Llorente spent a season together at Juventus, and it was no secret the Italian manager wanted to towering striker at Chelsea during his time there.
Athletic had been touted for a while to be a possible destination for the Tottenham forward, but it now appears such a move is out of the question this summer.