Tottenham Hotspur is closely monitoring AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori.
According to a report from the Daily Mail, who have been following Tomori’s development in Italy, this is the case.
Despite not being included in the England team, the former Chelsea defender is excelling for AC Milan.
Milan’s progress to the Champions League semifinals has been greatly aided by Tomori.
Tomori’s performances haven’t gone unnoticed, and the Mail claims that Manchester United and Tottenham are both intrigued.
According to rumours, Tomori is being monitored by both United and Spurs in preparation for the upcoming summer transfer window.
Milan would, however, need a “huge offer” before even considering allowing Tomori to depart, it is said.
Milan spent £25 million to get Tomori from Chelsea in 2021, and is now well-positioned to demand at least twice that amount.
Tottenham should prioritise adding a top centre back in the future, and Tomori would be the perfect candidate.