Jan Vertonghen’s agent Tom De Mul has revealed that he and his client are open to everything ahead of the Summer transfer window.
32-year-old Belgian national team defender Vertonghen’s contract with Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur is due to expire at the end of June and the player himself has already admitted that he has to weight things up.
Vertonghen has been with the north London based club since the Summer of 2012 when he joined the club from Dutch powerhouses Ajax and he could well be on the move in the coming months. Inter and Napoli have both been linked with him due to his status as a pending free agent.
Vertonghen has made 311 appearances across all competitions to date for Spurs with 26 of those appearances coming this season in which he has scored two goals and provided a single assist.
“Jan is still very happy to be in London, it is a city that loves. He is still very concentrated and there is a lot of respect for Tottenham and it’s mutual,” De Mul admitted in an interview with Belgian news outlet HLN.
“It is logical that after eight years a connection is created. We have not yet reached an agreement over a renewal, but we are not ruling anything out.
“There is interest from clubs wanting him on a free transfer but staying with Spurs is an equally interesting option for us. The door is open.”