Fabrizio Romano, speaking on his Twitch channel, has updated Spurs fans on the future of midfielder Harry Winks.
The 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from North London this transfer window. The Telegraph reported on June 30 that Aston Villa are monitoring Winks in an attempt to further invest in their squad this summer.
Villa have already signed 24-year-old Norwich playmaker Emiliano Buendia for £34.56 million and also Ashley Young on a free from Inter Milan fresh off winning the Scudetto (Transfermarkt).
Winks has played 173 games in all competitions for Spurs while also earning 10 England caps, making his international debut in 2017.
However, the midfielder only clocked 860 minutes in the Premier League last campaign and failed to make England’s Euro 2020 squad this summer.
The signing of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg knocked Winks even further down the pecking order and Oliver Skipp has now returned to N17 fresh off impressing at Norwich on loan.
When Romano was asked about Wink’s future, he simply replied:
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“We will see in the next few days.”
This would seemingly imply that Wink’s future is currently uncertain in North London.
As the Paratici re-build continues, with Alderweirld’s and Lamela’s departures, Winks makes sense as the next player to wave goodbye.
The midfielder is still in a position where Spurs can squeeze money out of the 25-year-old but can afford to see him leaving. It makes sense.