Tottenham Hotspur fans may not remember the name Milos Veljkovic, but it looks like he could be making a huge move this summer.
Veljkovic left Basel to join Tottenham in 2011, and was tipped for a bright future having shown promise in his 11 years with the Swiss club.
After making his Premier League debut in 2014 at the age of 18, Veljkovic looked set for a big future. However, he failed to make a single league appearance under Mauricio Pochettino.
Pochettino farmed him out on loan to Middlesbrough and Charlton Athletic in the 2014-15 season, and when he failed to impress there, he was sold on to Werder Bremen.
Since heading to Germany, Veljkovic has started to fulfil his potential. He’s now racked up more than 100 appearances for Bremen, whilst also earning nine caps for Serbia.
Primarily a centre back with Werder, the 24-year-old is now attracting major interest. Bild claim that Inter Milan and Lazio want to sign Veljkovic this summer, and could pounce for him.
Veljkovic is allegedly happy at Werder, but would love to play in Europe – and both Inter and Lazio can offer that. With Bremen in a battle against the drop, Veljkovic could go if they’re relegated.
Seeing Veljkovic make a big move to Inter or Lazio this summer, five years since Tottenham sold him for just €300,000 (£260,000), would be difficult for some, and would go to show what a talent Spurs had all along.