Tottenham are one of several clubs to have an official in attendance for Italy Under-21s clash with Romania.

That’s according to Tuttomercatoweb, who state that there are ‘no shortage of observers’ in the stands for the game, with Tottenham, Atletico Madrid and AC Milan among the biggest names.

In terms of players on display, there is also no shortage in that department, with Italy boasting a long list of talent at this moment in time.

At the top of that list is Lorenzo Lucca, who has six goals and two assists in 12 games for Pisa in Serie B this season.

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He started the game on the bench but is one of the country’s top talents, and one plenty are likely to be keeping an eye on.

Tottenham could be one of them, and it would certainly make sense for them given there’s now a very Italian flavour at the club in director of football Fabio Paratici and manager Antonio Conte.

They’re sure to know all about the rising talent in their homeland, and the fact there’s someone in attendance for this game is an indication of that.

Furthermore, with Tottenham needing to find a long-term replacement for Harry Kane should he leave next summer as expected, scouting out talent like Lucca makes a lot of sense.