The big money signing has failed to produce at White Hart Lane and his sale would be in the best interests of all involved.
The Argentinian has failed to live up to both the hype that proceeded his move and the price eventually paid, and should an offer upwards of £15 million come in from the Italian club, Spurs should bite their hand off.
Lamela’s poor showing in his first season can be forgiven due to its stop-start nature and the usual ‘adjustment’ period, but last season was where it was supposed to happen - and it didn’t.
While there was indeed an improvement in his second campaign, that isn't saying a great deal, and the winger has so far failed to hint at ever being worth the £30 million Spurs shelled out for him.
The list of his less-than-stellar traits is substantial: poor touch, lack of pace, inability to beat his man, woeful shooting, constant fouling in dangerous positions.
While on the plus side: he has the odd decent pass in him, can take good corners and presses well.
He is by no means a terrible player but by the same token is not, and never will be, an exceptional player – at least in England.
If Juventus see something in him and believe he can replicate his Roma form back in Serie A, then it’s fantastic news for Spurs, who desperately need a shake-up of their attacking options.
New signing Clinton N’Jie will add another option on the right flank and should ensure Lamela’s chances on the right-side are limited.