Tottenham winger Bryan Gil emerges as a transfer target for Sampdoria

Tottenham outcast Bryan Gil is set to leave the club with both Marseille and Sampdoria interested in the £25m winger after the Spaniard spent a season out on loan at Valencia

  • Bryan Gil looks set to leave Tottenham with Sampdoria interested in the winger
  • Spurs signed Gil last summer but manager Antonio Conte is happy for him to go
  • A deal for Djed Spence has been delayed with Middlesborough not happy with the current deal structure for the full-back
  • Tottenham missed out on Malcolm Ebiowei who has agreed to join Crystal Palace

Tottenham winger Bryan Gil is a transfer target for Marseille and Sampdoria with Spurs said to be open to doing a deal for the 21-year-old who joined just one year ago. 

The Italian club emerged as prime candidates for the Spanish-born winger after contacting Spurs in an attempt to secure a season-long loan deal for the out-of-favour attacker.

French club Marseille are also interested in signing Gil this summer after impressive late-season performances at Valencia caught the attention of a host of European clubs.

Bryan Gil has played just 20 matches for Tottenham and now looks set to leave the London club

Spurs are reluctant to sell the youthful attacker who they paid £21million for last year despite manager Antonio Conte reportedly not having him in his plans for next season.

There has been plenty of early transfer window incomings at the North London club who have already brought in Ivan Perisic, Yves Bissouma, and goalkeeper Fraser Forster. 

But Spurs have hit a bump in the road in their attempts to sign Middlesbrough full-back Djed Spence, who after gaining promotion to the Premier League while on-loan with Nottingham Forest has caught the eye of a number of top clubs. 

Djed Spence is a key target for Spurs but Championship Middlesbrough aren’t happy with the current proposed deal structure for their full-back

The delay in Conte getting his new man is down to the two clubs currently at a difference over the structure of the deal for the 21-year-old.

Spurs have suffered more transfer misery in their hunt to bring Derby County winger Malcolm Ebiowei to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 

The 18-year-old impressed in the Championship last season but has shunned the Champions League club’s approach, instead agreeing a deal to join Crystal Palace.

Derby’s Malcolm Ebiowei grabbed the attention of a host of Premier League clubs this summer

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