Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly identified Stephane Singo as a transfer target this summer.
This isn’t the first time Spurs have been linked with the player.
Back in November, Tuttosport reported that Tottenham were keen on the Torino powerhouse.
And the same publication is doubling down on that this morning.
According to Tuttosport, Fabio Paratici, Tottenham’s managing director, wants the 21-year-old in North London.
The report adds that former Inter Milan manager Antoino Conte is ‘in love’ with the player after seeing him come up against his old club in Italy in the past.
The Italian publication adds that Torino have no interest in selling the big man, who stands at 6’3.
However, they might not have a choice.
According to Transfermarkt, Singo is out of contract with the Serie A outfit in 2023.
In other words, if the reported Tottenham target isn’t sold this summer, and shows no sign of extending his contract, then the Italians run the risk of losing a major player for absolutely nothing a year later.
Between Paratici and Daniel Levy, there’s a number of shrewd operators in North London and no doubt that they’ll exploit his contractual situation, if it’s true that they do indeed want to sign him.