Spurs have offered AC Milan the chance to sign two of their out-of-favour players in the summer transfer window, a report claims.
According to Fabrizio Romano’s latest for Calciomercato.com, the contacts between Milan and Tottenham have once again returned after they were present during the January window.
Dialogues began last month regarding the potential sale of Krzysztof Piatek to the north London side but other names were also on the table, offered by Spurs to Milan because they are outside the plans of José Mourinho, at least for the moment.
The two clubs are now looking for potential summer ideas and opportunities, the report continues. Tottenham have apparently offered midfielder Victor Wanyama and defender Juan Foyth to the Rossoneri, both of whom do not convince Milan at the moment.
Wanyama is considered too similar to Kessie and not a first choice in his role, plus he hasn’t played for a long time, while Foyth is an interesting player but his valuation is over €20million, but Milan in June will look for a different partner for Alessio Romagnoli.