Tottenham prefer to sell defender permanently, set £21million asking price

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CalcioMercato report that Tottenham would prefer to sell Japhet Tanganga on a permanent basis – rather than loan him to Serie A side AC Milan. The Rossoneri are interested but want a loan, but Spurs want a permanent exit.

Tanganga, 22, has been in and out of the Spurs side this season and while he has clocked up 17 appearances in all competitions, he is well down the pecking order. Indeed, in his two positions, he is third choice in both.

Indeed, Tanganga is behind Cristian Romero and Davinson Sanchez on the right of a back three. At right wing-back, he is behind Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty. The signing of Adama Traore would see him go fourth.

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Tanganga really needs to consider a Spurs exit this month and Milan are keen to bring him to Italy before the end of the window – but only on loan. Spurs have informed Milan they want a permanent sale, of £21million.

Milan eye Tanganga: Tottenham right to request permanent fee

Unfortunately for Tanganga, Spurs need recruitment in other areas of the pitch and while Traore looks likely – they also need a left-sided centre-back, back-up striker and a central midfielder. That looks unlikely.

But if they are to stand any chance, then they need to cash in on their fringe players such as Tanganga. The only issue with selling Tanganga, is that he is a homegrown player, trained by the club. He is crucial to registration.

However, injuries to Romero and Eric Dier might stall a move for Tanganga – who was labelled “really special” by Gary Neville in 2021.

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