Tottenham ‘want’ Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat in the summer transfer window but face competition from Inter Milan for his signature.

That’s according to Foot Mercato, who say Spurs are ‘preparing’ for the summer, and Amrabat is on their radar.

They are said to have ‘targeted’ the Fiorentina midfielder, who was ‘already in the sights’ of Antonio Conte and Tottenham director of football Fabio Paratici in the winter market.

We covered numerous reports throughout that month stating Tottenham were interested in the Moroccan midfielder.

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He was linked on an almost daily basis, with it even stated that talks were at an advanced stage at one point.

A move never happened, but it seems their interest didn’t die down, with a Tottenham official even spotted watching Fiorentina in February, presumably to scout Amrabat.

FM insist they remain keen on the midfielder and only missed out on him in January because they couldn’t get Tanguy Ndombele out the door quick enough.

Paratici, though, has followed the player for ‘several years’ and talks have already begun with his entourage regarding a move in the summer.

They will face competition from Conte’s former club Inter Milan, who also ‘strongly appreciate’ the player and would like to sign him.

Amrabat, for his part, ‘would not be against’ starting a new adventure after two years at Fiorentina, and Tottenham are ready to offer it to him if they can reach an agreement with the Italian side, of course.