On Thursday, Calciomercato stated Tottenham Hotspur are leading the race to sign Genoa star Albert Gudmundsson in the summer.

The attacking midfielder has managed 12 goals and four assists from 29 games and his fine form has seen him draw attention from clubs in Italy and abroad. state it’s no secret that AS Roma are keeping close tabs on the 26-year-old and it will cost them €35m to sign him.

The price isn’t favourable for Roma and to make it worse, Tottenham are showing ‘strong interest’ in the player.

It’s claimed the fee requested by Genoa would be affordable for Spurs and even if there’s an auction, they can still be in the game.

Along with the Giallorossi, Juventus and Inter Milan are the Serie A sides interested in the Iceland international. That’s according to Tutto Juve, who state they must ‘watch out for Tottenham’.

Ange Postecoglou’s side are looking to strengthen their attack and Gudmundsson has now emerged as an option. Spurs have already established links with Genoa by signing Radu Dragusin and allowing Djed Spence to join them on loan in the winter market.

The Italian club have set a €35m asking price but are willing to accept a fee of around €30m.

Tutto Juve state this is affordable for Tottenham and therefore, they could overtake Juve and Inter in the race to sign Gudmundsson.