Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is reportedly attracting interest from multiple clubs, with Everton, Fulham and Sevilla all said to be keeping tabs on him.

According to a report by The Sun, La Liga giants Sevilla are ready to join the race for Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks. The 26-year-old does not feature in Antonio Conte’s plans going forward, and Spurs want to offload him this summer.

Winks has seen his game time take a hit in the recently-concluded season, with Conte preferring Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Rodrigo Bentancur in the midfield. The English international made 19 Premier League appearances for Tottenham in the 2021/22 term, a majority of which came from the bench. He was an unused substitute in 16 league matches.

Oliver Skipp is set to return from a long-term injury, and Spurs are also in the market for a central midfielder, who, if signed, will further limit Winks’s opportunities. Thus, the time is right for the 26-year-old to move to greener pastures after making over 200 appearances for Tottenham across competitions. Spurs reportedly value him at £25 million.

Winks also has a list of suitors lining up, so finding a new club in the summer will not be difficult, especially when he was also linked with a departure in January. If the English international wishes to stay in the Premier League, he has Fulham and Everton to choose from.

Everton are interested in Harry Winks but the player is keen to stay and fight for his place in North London
Harry Winks on his way out? (Photo by Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

At Everton and Fulham, Winks is expected to get a starting role. While Fulham gained promotion to the Premier League this season, Everton narrowly avoided relegation and wish to strengthen ahead of the upcoming term.

He also has ample Premier League experience under his belt, with his best season in a Tottenham shirt coming in 2019/20, when he made 41 appearances across competitions. But since then, Winks has been largely limited to appearances off the bench.

Sevilla, too, have now emerged as potential suitors. The La Liga side can offer Winks a change in atmosphere and a chance to play in a league where his technical gameplay can be utilised properly. Southampton have also shown interest in signing the midfielder, who still has two years left on his Spurs contract, although they could struggle to match the north Londoners’ asking price.

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