Due to coronavirus, the Italian giants face difficult financial decisions, as the former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is at Juventus now.
The Sun reports, it means Spurs are in a strange position to sign a player who was a major star for their hated rivals just a year ago before moving to Italy.
Welshman may need to be offloaded to help Serie A winners reduce expenses, the £400,000-a-week, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The costs may prove to be a stumbling block but interested parties would expect to secure a lower transfer price to get a deal completed.
Among the top leading clubs, Tottenham is one to be alerted to the surprising availability of Ramsey.
Ramsey’s heavy £20 million a year’s wage would be a huge barrier, but that hasn’t stopped the player from being touted.
For such an outstanding player, Manchester City and Manchester United would be other potential destinations and Chelsea is currently leading the way in spending stakes
As football is slowly beginning to emerge from the lockdown, Chelsea is currently leading the way in spending stakes, Manchester City, and Manchester United would be other potential destinations for such an outstanding player.
A loan deal could be the way Juventus and the loaning club split his huge salary.