Report: Spurs set £10m asking price for defender – Three clubs interested

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are willing to sell Juan Foyth for £10 million this summer, according to reports from Italy.

Multiple sources over the past two months have claimed that Foyth’s time at Spurs is likely to come to an end this summer.

The defender has barely seen any game time since Jose Mourinho arrived at the club, and admitted back in March that he might need to leave in order to get minutes (TNT).

Mundo Deportivo claim that Spurs have offered the Argentine to several clubs around Europe, including Barcelona.

The 22-year-old’s agent has admitted to talkSPORT that the defender is unhappy with the lack of game time this season and that he is set for crunch talks with the club about the Argentina international’s future.

Calcio Mercato now claim that Daniel Levy wants around £10 million for Foyth, who Spurs paid £8 million for three seasons ago (BBC Sport).

The report reveals that AC Milan, Atalanta, and Fiorentina are all interested in the Tottenham star but none of them have made a concrete offer as of yet.

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The club will be hoping to raise around £25-£30 million this summer with the sale of Juan Foyth, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters. That could come in handy when looking to secure our defensive targets given that reports have suggested that Jose will be handed a small transfer kitty this summer.

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