Sporting’s Marcus Edwards would look positively on making a return to England in the summer window, and that could lead him back to Tottenham Hotspur, according to Friday’s edition of Record.

The winger is a product of Spurs’ youth system and his failure to cement a place in their first team saw him go out on loan, before leaving Tottenham permanently in 2019, when he joined Vitória de Guimarães.

Three years later, he joined the Lions and even though his deal there lasts until 2026, the report says Edwards has never hidden his ‘desire to return home’.

That’s because the 25-year-old is keen on playing in the Premier League.

Earlier in the season, we covered claims from Portugal that Tottenham are entitled to receive 35% of his future sale. This will make the deal cheaper for Spurs, as long as they are ready to open the door for their former player.

Edwards will make a decision on his future after a summit between his agent and Sporting at the end of this season.

There’s no mention of any figures, but the report states Sporting have started looking for a replacement for Edwards. He has a desire to return to London and whether Ange Postecoglou’s side will fulfil his wish remains to be seen.