Italian newspaper TuttoMercatoWeb has detailed the contract offer Tottenham Hotspur may have to beat to get their hands on Ezequiel Munoz.
TMW claims the 24-year-old defender has been offered a three-year contract to stay in Italy worth a reported €800,000 per year.
Tottenham have good defensive options in the middle of their back four with Pochettino seemingly settling on a combination of Jan Vertonghen and Federico Fazio as his first choice defenders.
However, there has been speculation that club captain Younes Kaboul could be sold to Besiktas, which would create squad space that Munoz could come in and fill.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy arguably always puts Tottenham’s best business interests first and bettering the reported offer made to Munoz shouldn’t be a problem for a club of Tottenham’s size and stature.