Report: Daniel Levy wants to make profit on Serge Aurier sale – New valuation revealed

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A new report from the Daily Mirror has revealed that Daniel Levy wants to make a £12m profit on Serge Aurier this summer.

Tottenham signed the Ivory Coast defender from PSG three years ago for just £23m (BBC), but Levy is said to be looking for far more, despite the current COVID-19 climate.

Aurier has been the dominant first-choice right-back under Mourinho, with the Spurs boss freeing him up to play a more attacking wing-back role this year.

This comes just a week after Gazetta dello Sport (via Sport Witness) claimed that AC Milan were only willing to offer £13.5m for the right-back, while Spurs wanted closer to £18m (Sport Mediaset).

Sport Mediaset also reported that Aurier had already agreed terms with the Serie A side, having admitted earlier in the season that he came close to leaving Spurs in 2019 (Bal des Productions).

However, it appears that if Aurier is to leave this summer, Levy not only wants to break even, but make a pretty penny on the former PSG man.

Spurs Web Opinion:

If Tottenham even managed to recoup the £23m they spent on Aurier, I would be impressed. If Levy pulled off a £35m deal, it may be some of his best transfer business yet.

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