Tottenham will hold out for £23m fee for defender Serge Aurier amid interest from AC Milan with Daniel Levy keen to avoid major financial hits
- Tottenham will insist on getting their money back for defender Serge Aurier
- The club paid £23m to sign Aurier from PSG and see no reason to accept less
- Spurs are working to a limited budget and need to sell to fund major rebuilding
- Chairman Daniel Levy is keen to avoid taking major hits financially this summer
Tottenham will insist on getting their money back as AC Milan continue to press for Serge Aurier.
Tottenham paid £23million to Paris Saint Germain for Aurier and see no reason to accept less despite the Italians discussing offers around £12m.
Aurier has been their regular first choice right back this season and the 27-year old still has two years left in contract.
Tottenham will insist on getting their money back as AC Milan attempt to sign Serge Aurier
Tottenham are working to a limited budget and would need to sell to fund any major rebuilding but Daniel Levy is not prepared to take major hits financially.
They have already insisted that unsettled £55m signing Tanguy Ndombele will not be sold despite continuing links with Inter Milan.
Meanwhile, AC Milan have also asked about Norwich City defender Ben Godfrey but the Championship side want around £30million.
Tottenham are working on a tight budget and Daniel Levy is not prepared to take financial hits
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