According to the latest reports from Italy, Feyenoord could be ready to sell rumoured Tottenham Hotspur target Orkun Kokcu on a cut-price deal this summer.
Kokcu’s reputation has blossomed since he broke into the Feyenoord first-team in 2018, aged just 17, and the midfield starlet has since gone on to score 10 goals and register 12 assists in 72 Eredivisie appearances.
The central midfielder, who made his senior debut for Turkey in the Nations League last year, has been linked with moves to Spurs and their North London rivals Arsenal.
The Daily Mail reported last month that Tottenham’s recruitment department had identified Kokcu as a summer target for the club regardless of who is in charge of the first-team next season.
CalcioMercato now report that Feyenoord are ready to ‘significantly drop’ their asking price for the young midfielder this summer.
The report reveals that AC Milan and Roma are also looking at Kokcu this summer, with the Eredivisie club’s changed stance presenting both Serie A giants with a market opportunity.
It is explained that while Feyenoord were previously demanding €25m (£21.7m) for the 20-year-old, the club are now ready to sell him at a more favourable price.
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