Valencia have reportedly joined the race to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender Juan Foyth.
Cadena SER have claimed the Spanish side are keen to land the Argentina international, who is very much on the fringes at the north London club.
Last term, Foyth made just seven appearances in all competitions, although he did struggle in parts due to injury.
Foyth has not been able to nail down a regular starting spot at Spurs since joining the club from Estudiantes in 2017, which means his departure this window could well be on.
Apparently Valencia are desperate to sign a centre-back, and would be keen to take Foyth on a season-long loan as opposed to signing him permanently, with finances tight.
They like the idea he can also fill in at right-back and believe he fits the profile of what they’re after.
Also supposedly in the mix for Foyth are Villarreal and Leeds United.
TBR’s View – Foyth needs a good loan
Spurs would be right to send Foyth out on loan this window.
He has shown capability across his 32 Tottenham appearances, but there has never really been an opening for him, with Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen a firm partnership in his early days at the club.
The South American needs to go somewhere where he can play regularly and prove to Jose Mourinho that he can maybe partner Davinson Sanchez in the long run for Spurs.