Tottenham are considering going back in for Nottingham Forest loanee Djed Spence, claim Sky Sports.
As relays the FTT, Spence is on loan at The City Ground from Middlesbrough and is primarily a right-back who can also play as a right midfielder.
Labelled as a ‘massive player’ by Sky Sports pundit Jobi McAnuff, the 21-year-old has made 22 appearances for Forest and helped them defeat Arsenal in the FA Cup earlier this month.
Reports in recent weeks suggested that Antonio Conte was close to signing the Englishman, and it now appears as if Spurs could go back in for Spence after a move for Adama Traore collapsed.
According to Sky Sports’ Transfer Centre, relayed by Football League World, Spurs are weighing up another move for Spence.
The update claims that even though Tottenham won’t be able to use the player this season, they are still considering a late January swoop.
Out of all the Forest players who have played 15 or more games this season, Spence has been the best, as per WhoScored, so a late winter window deal ahead of the summer could be an exciting one.
He’s clearly an impressive young talent, and who knows, he could fit the right-wing back mould Conte wanted Traore in over the coming years.
Missing out on Spence now could also be a risk ahead of the summer, especially with Transfermarkt believing Arsenal, Inter Milan and Roma are circling – securing a deal now could be extremely beneficial for the long-term future under Conte.