Tottenham Hotspur’s interest in signing AC Milan playmaker Suso is ‘concrete’, according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men were linked with a move for Suso in the summer transfer window, but Milan were understandably keen to keep hold of a player of his talents.
However, it looks as though Spurs are not letting their interest in the Spaniard slide, with Calciomercato claiming that they remain keen to land him in the near future.
The report claims that Spurs had a bid of €23 million turned down in the summer, with Milan adamant that he would not be sold.
Despite recently having signed a new deal at the San Siro, it’s stated that Suso is not responding to boss Vincenzo Montella’s approach well, and is struggling for form.
Suso, according to Calciomercato, has a release clause in his contract. It’s stated that the value of this is between €40m-50m; a fee that Spurs appear unlikely to pay.