Tottenham plotting swoop for Juventus star
In 2020, having graduated from the Chelsea academy, the 20-year-old decided to sign with the Bianconeri.
Since moving to Allianz Arena, the young youngster has shown glimpses of his potential for the Serie A superpower, but he has found it difficult to break into Massimiliano Allegri’s starting eleven.
According to a report by TUTTOmercatoWEB, Iling-Junior is eager to leave Juventus during the winter transfer window in order to play regularly for a first-team squad elsewhere, and Juventus is willing to pay for him.
According to the source, Tottenham has indicated a strong desire to sign the winger and intends to step up their efforts in January.
But according to TUTTOmercatoWEB, Tottenham won’t have an easy time signing Iling-Junior because Newcastle United is also interested in hiring him.
Iling-Junior to Spurs
The forward, who Transfermarkt values at approximately £8 million, is now in the last 18 months of his current deal. Therefore, if Spurs choose to take a proactive stance in January, they may be able to obtain his services at a reasonable cost.
Iling-Junior is a left-footed winger who possesses great physical attributes, good technical ability, the ability to dribble past opposition defenders in confined spaces, the efficiency to produce quality crosses from wide areas, and a willingness to work hard even when he does not have the ball.
The 20-year-old is a talented player with a ton of promise. Ange Postecoglou can fit right in with his intensely passionate playing style. In the long run, the Englishman might be a fantastic addition for the North London club if they choose to purchase him the following season.
Rumor has it that Spurs will attempt to sign a striker and a new center back in January. However, if Spurs sign both players in the winter transfer window after spending more than £150 million on them last summer, it’s doubtful whether they can afford to buy a new winger in addition to a new striker and defense.
As a result, it will be fascinating to see if Tottenham chooses to officially adopt their