Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have made an offer for Diego Godin, with Italian outlet Calciomercato reporting that the centre-back is open to leaving Inter Milan this summer.
The Daily Mirror reported on Thursday that Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing Godin to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium during the coming months.
The links were intriguing with the Mirror noting that Mourinho had been left furious with the 34-year-old after attempting to sign him during his time at Old Trafford.
But it appears that Spurs may have actually stepped up their interest in the centre-back.
According to Calciomercato, Tottenham and Manchester United have both now made offers for Godin.
The report notes that Godin could be open to a move. It is suggested that his main priority is to secure game-time. And he is reportedly open to leaving the Nerazzurri if he does not receive assurances.
TBR View – Manchester United move unlikely, which may help Spurs
While the report claims United have made an offer for Godin, it is difficult to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making a move for the veteran.
The Red Devils have plenty of depth at centre-back. And perhaps there is still a chance that Chris Smalling could be added to those ranks again this summer.
That could be good news for Tottenham if they have made a serious offer.
And if Mourinho can provide assurances concerning how much game-time Godin can expect with Spurs, perhaps the 34-year-old will end up North London-bound.