Tim Sherwood’s men have been accredited with an interest in Michael Bradley, who looks set to leave Roma this January.
With the capture of Radja Nainggolan earlier this week, Roma’s midfield options are looking very comprehensive, which could mean a loan move away from the Stadio Olimpico for Michael Bradley this January.
The United States international has featured in 11 Serie A games this season, scoring one goal, but has only started five times.
As a result the rumblings of a switch elsewhere for the remainder of the campaign have been rife in Italy, with a possible return to his homeland on the cards.
However, Premier League interest has also been accredited, with the likes of Fulham linked to the versatile midfielder of late.
Tottenham have also been linked with a move for Bradley in the British press today, with the north London club having links to Roma.
With Franco Baldini in charge of transfers, it is believed that the Italian is ready to return to his former employers for another player, after signing Erik Lamela in the summer.
Spurs are struggling in the centre of midfield currently with a host of players out injured, but have a raft of capable stars in this position once everyone is fit.
Bradley has made 82 appearances for the United States and is eager to command regular first-team football ahead of this summer’s World Cup.
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