The 28-year-old forward failed to make the grade in north London, but he’s built an established career in Italy
West Ham Leicester and Southampton are interested in signing Torino star Iago Falque this summer, according to reports.
Falque , the forward, has been a key player for Torino since joining the Italian side on loan in 2016, before penning a permanent deal last summer.
The 28-year-old previously represented Genoa and Roma in Italy, having started his career in the academies of three of Europe’s biggest clubs – Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus.
In 2011 Falque moved on loan from the latter to Tottenham, and he joined Spurs on a full-time basis the following year.
Newcastle United sign Chelsea star on a season-long loan
Colombia star’s agent denies deal to join Everton
Fulham chief announces the signing of Nice midfielder Jean-Michael Seri
Rangers tracking World Cup hero ahead of potential summer swoop
Neymar to snub Real Madrid move after shock transfer
ONE HORSE RACE
Chelsea are ‘only club’ pursuing Juventus striker
Liverpool make £58m offer for Roma goalkeeper Alisson
up the ante
Man United, Arsenal and Spurs battling to sign Croatia World Cup hero
appetite for quina
Leeds ‘make contact’ with West Ham over move for Hammers wonderkid
Chelsea’s Higuain boost, French star will wants Liverpool move, Man City blow?
West Ham close to pulling off incredible deal for Serie A star
Riyad Mahrez pens emotional letter to former club Leicester City after £60m move
Despite being highly-rated as a youngster, Falque managed just 11 appearances in total for the north Londoners – with his Premier League career lasting a total five minutes.
However, since leaving Spurs for Genoa in 2015 Falque has rebuilt his career, and Torino do not want to lose one of their star players this summer.
But, according to Tuttosport , West Ham, Leicester and Southampton are all keeping tabs on Falque ahead of a potential summer swoop for the forward. Sevilla and Valencia are also reported as interested parties.
Despite having no intention to lose a key player, Torino could consider selling Falque if a high offer is received. There is no indication in the report, however, as to what fee Torino are hoping for.