20-year-old reported Spurs target admits he dreams of a Premier League move 

Juventus starlet Matias Soule, who is rumoured to be on Tottenham’s radar, has revealed that he turned down offers to move to Saudi Arabia in January and admitted his desire to play in the Premier League in the future.

While Soule has been billed as an exciting prospect from quite a young age, the youngster could establish himself as a regular at Juventus and had to leave the Bianconeri on loan in order to prove himself.

The 20-year-old, who is spending the season at Frosinone, is continuing to get better as the campaign progresses, having scored 10 times in 27 league matches so far.

The winger, who has also operated as number ten on a few occasions, was heavily linked with a move to Tottenham ahead of the January window, with various outlets reporting that the Lilywhites were plotting a move for him (Fichajes).

It was even suggested by TuttoSport (via TuttoMercatoWeb) a couple of months ago that Juve had considered using the Argentine as a makeweight in a deal to sign Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg from Tottenham.

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Matias Soule wants to play in the Premier League

A transfer never materialised for Soule in January and the winger has now spoken about his future, admitting his fondness for English football but also saying that he is keen to prove himself at the Allianz Stadium.

The Juve man told DS Radio (as relayed by Fabrizio Romano): “Yes, they wanted me from Saidi but I decided against that move. I’d like to have a chance at Juventus, for sure. My dream is to play in the Premier League one day, it’s just a fantastic league.”

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While the Juve hierarchy might not be keen on letting someone of Soule’s potential leave, all of the Bianconeri’s players have a price, given their current financial predicament. It would be interesting to see if Tottenham test the waters with an offer or two for the 20-year-old in the summer.

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