Tottenham are interested in Joao Mario and Inter are aiming to make €32-35 million. The Portuguese midfielder is currently playing at the World Cup and has returned to Inter after a loan at West Ham, which did not include any kind of redemption, but is an inevitable transfer.

Inter wants to make a bit of profit. Two weeks ago, Joao Mario cut all bonds to the club that signed him after the 2016 European Championship: “I will not go back to Italy”, said the midfielder, while also claiming he was still worth €45 million.

Maybe he is still thinking of Inter? It would be a good solution to Financial Fair Play, with which the club still has to deal with even after returning to the Champions League.

Tottenham are currently in contact with Ausilio for Dembele, but have also been closely observing Joao Mario since January until the end of the season. In the Premier League, the Portuguese star did well and could have his value increased with a good World Cup performance. Pochettino likes him and considers him a good fit for his 4-2-3-1.