Tottenham need to pay €15-20 million to sign Samuel Iling-Junior

Tottenham will have to pay €15-20 million if they wish to sign Samuel Iling-Junior in the summer, with Juventus ready to sell.

According to Calcio Mercato, Samuel Iling Junior would cost around €15-20 million, with Tottenham one of the sides keen. Spurs must fork out the requested sum if they wish to bring the England under-21 attacker to the club, with Juventus ready to sell him and other upcoming stars.

Samuel-Iling Junior to cost €15-20 million

Tottenham have been keen on Samuel Iling-Junior for a long time now, and the summer window might be the time when they finally make their move for the attacker. Spurs showed keen interest back in the January window when they sought a new wide attacker and briefly looked at the England under-21 attacker.

However, Ange Postecoglou opted to bring the experienced Timo Werner in the hope of reviving the German international’s career, but so far, he has not shined. In the summer, Werner might not stay on with the Spurs, who are unlikely to make his move permanent, so he shall look at a new option to shore up their attacking side.

Iling-Junior could well come into the reckoning again, as Juventus are ready to sell him for a sizeable sum. The report insists the Bianconeri would demand at least €15-20 million from suitors, namely Tottenham, to sell the England under-21 attacker, who has played a decent role this term.

Now, whether Tottenham are willing to fork out that much on the England under-21 attacker remains the question. However, looking at his future potential and style of play, he could prove an interesting investment for the price, something the club might eventually agree to pay.

Juventus to sell young stars

Iling-Junior is only one of the young stars at the Juventus stable who may get sold in the summer. The Bioanconeri are keen on bringing in substantial funds in the window to fund new transfers and have set the idea of selling some of their high-performing young stars.

Matias Soule is one other star who could leave after a good enough loan spell at Frosinone, while Moise Kean could also depart. Collectively, Juventus are aiming at bringing in at least close to €80 million from the sale of the trio, which they could then use to fund moves for players like Teun Koopmeiners.

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