Bournemouth have apparently already seen a bid rejected in the January transfer window.
The young goalkeeper has enjoyed a fine campaign in Serie A so far, keeping 10 clean sheets, a record that puts him in the top five goalkeepers in the division.
His performances have not gone unnoticed either, with a number of clubs in Europe tracking him.
And now their Premier League counterparts Everton and Tottenham have joined them, with both thought to be monitoring the 23-year-old according to CalcioMercato.
The Toffees will need a new number one for next season, with Tim Howard returning to the MLS in the summer and Sportiello could be an ideal long-term replacement.
Spurs’ interest is slightly more confusing, with Hugo Lloris the undisputed number one, although they may be thinking of him as a number two to replace Michel Vorm.
Both would face competition for his services though, with both Roma and Napoli interested, while Galatasary and an unnamed German side are also keen.