Fernando Llorente will leave Tottenham Hotspur in the summer. According to a report in The Sun, Spurs have decided not to renew the contract of the Spanish striker.
The 34-year-old has had a struggle to find his niche at Spurs and will leave on a free transfer.
This is despite his excellent performance against Ajax in the Champions League semi-final second leg in the week.
The report claims Napoli are keen, but several clubs around Europe will likely be interested in the striker.
Fernandes an option
Tottenham Hotspur will continue their attempts to sign Benfica midfielder Gedson Fernandes this summer.
The Mirror suggest that Manchester United and Liverpool want the player, but that Tottenham are ‘keener’ on securing a deal.
Valued at £35 million he reportedly had representatives meeting potential suitors in England last week. It is not said if Tottenham were one of those teams.
Harry Maguire is believed to be set on leaving Leicester City this summer. His game against Chelsea tomorrow is expected to be his last
The Sun reports that Tottenham are one of several teams said to be keen on signing the player. However, they will need to pay the Foxes £60 million for the privilege.