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Tottenham Confident of Signing Top Inter Milan Winger As Antonio Conte Prepare to Raid Former Club
- Tottenham are optimistic that they will be able to capture Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic on a free transfer after making a contract offer
- Perisic has become a free agent after his deal with Inter Milan expired at the end of the season although the Serie A club wants him to still stay
- Antonio Conte is looking to strengthen his Spurs side ahead of next season after narrowly qualifying ahead of Arsenal for the UEFA Champions League
Tottenham Hotspur has already begun preparations ahead of the 2022/23 season as the North London club has tabled a bid for Inter Milan winger, Ivan Perisic.
Spurs are hoping to sign six quality players in the summer transfer window and have identified the 33-year-old winger as a top target.
According to Sky Sports, Tottenham have made the 33-year-old an interesting contract offer and are feeling confident they can sign the Croatian international.
Perisic will be free to sign a deal with any club of his choice when he becomes a free agent after the expiration of his contract with Inter Milan on June 1st 2022.
Tottenham coach, Antonio Conte has worked with Ivan Perisic when he was in charge of Inter Milan and they both won the Italian Serie A together in 2021.
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According to the Daily Mirror, the North London club has announced they Spurs an increase of capital by £150m from majority shareholders via shares.
This is an investment that will allow Tottenham to strengthen both on and off the pitch as they seek to end the club’s trophy drought when the 2022/23 season commences.
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