Tottenham managing director Fabio Paratici has offered defender Sergio Reguilon to Inter Milan, according to CalcioMercato.
The report explains Inter are scouring the market for potential replacements for Denzel Dumfries with Reguilon emerging as a new name in their pursuit.
It adds the Nerazzurri are among the teams to have been presented with a chance of signing the Spanish left-back, although there is no mention of any current talks in progress with Spurs.
Reguilon’s future in North London has been plunged into doubt this summer after failing to be included in Antonio Conte’s squad for the tour of South Korea.
He was one of four senior first-team players left out of the Italian’s travelling party and is reportedly now at risk of being offloaded this summer (Evening Standard).
The 25-year-old’s place in the team has also come under further threat by the arrival of Ivan Perisic, who joined Spurs on a free transfer earlier in the transfer window.
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Reguilon hasn’t had the best time at Spurs and is understandably one of the players the club is looking to cash in on while they can.
If Inter do offload Dumfries, then it will give them more funds at their disposal to find a replacement and Paratici may convince them that Reguilon is a suitable candidate. However, Dumfries predominantly plays on the right and Reguilon on the left.
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