Two days ago, Il Bianconero stated Tottenham Hotspur are ahead in the race for Juventus’ Samuel Iling-Junior.

The 20-year-old has lost prominence this season and been restricted to 113 minutes from four games.

TuttoMercatoWeb now state Iling-Junior’s farewell in January is ‘very likely’ and Tottenham are named as a contender.

It’s said the left winger, who can also operate as a wing-back, has entered Spurs’ radar, and his entourage have added them to the list of clubs to have shown interest in recent months.

Tuttosport, relayed by Udinese Blog, explain the England U21 international’s move to the north London club would bring Rodrigo De Paul closer to the Serie A side.

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri wants the Atlético Madrid midfielder and his arrival could be funded with Iling-Junior’s sale.

Tottenham are looking to strengthen the left side, according to the report, and Ange Postecoglou has identified the former Chelsea academy graduate as a target.

Iling-Junior has a deal until 2025 and the report states Tottenham are ready to pay the €20m fee requested by the Old Lady to secure his services. If Juventus were to raise that amount through his sale, they would then invest it on signing De Paul.