The Italian youngster looks set to play for Torino next term.
Earlier this week the agent of talented Italian attacker Vittorio Parigini confirmed to Goal.com that Tottenham Hotspur were interested in his client.
Now a report has emerged in which his agent seems to suggest he will not be heading to Spurs. Giorgio Parretti is quoted by CalcioNews24 as stating that Torino's president Urbano Cairo wants him back at the club next season:
"Cairo has no intention to sell Vittorio.
"He always believed in Parigini, and the existing contract is really the best proof. Cairo is crazy about him for years. Even these days, after injury, the president was very close to Vittorio, despite his many business commitments.
"His esteem and affection are important for Parigini. Market materialized numerous requests for my client and Cairo not only decided not to sell him, but he has also already announced a desire, intention to add to Torino forst-team in the next season."
The same report suggested that Spurs would have had to spend around €10 million (£7.6 million) to bring in the player but no deal could have been done this month anyway after Parigini suffered an injury last weekend.
Parigini has played 15 time for Perugia this season, scoring four goals. The 19-year-old winger has also featured for the Italy under-21 side, scoring on his debut against the Republic of Ireland's own young players.
So he certainly sounds like a good talent. But it seems Tottenham's interest may very well be in vain.