Moussa Sissoko to exit Spurs?
Serie A giants AC Milan are lining up a summer approach for Tottenham Hotspur attacker Moussa Sissoko. The France international has failed to prove his credentials since arriving from Newcastle United last summer.
Sissoko, 27, had put up a string of impressive performances at Euro 2016, and this earned him the chance to make the return to the top flight with Spurs.
However, he has since struggled to cement himself a starting spot, and he now finds himself clinging to a regular role from the substitutes' bench.
According to Calciomercato, the Rossoneri have set their sights on signing the talented winger in the summer as they seek to go on a spending spree once their Chinese takeover is done.
Sissoko had cost Spurs a hefty sum of £30m last summer, and Pochettino would be willing to offload the Frenchman to raise funds for other arrivals.
Milan are currently in a poor run of form in the Serie A which sees them 10 points adrift of the Champions League places.