Japhet Tanganga’s summer transfer from Spurs to AFC Bournemouth has been declined, but AC Milan are actually regarded as fascinated about taking the player on loan.
The Rossoneri are still fascinated about signing Tanganga, and Antonio Conte’s team is willing to loan the England youth international to a different team for the present campaign. The 23-year-old is predicted to spend next 12 months as a back-up center-back.
Tanganga won’t get much playing time with the present squad, and Milan could be an option for the Premier League defender after Tottenham acquired Clement Leglet on loan from FC Barcelona and Cristian Romero on a everlasting basis this summer.
In accordance with the source, Milan see themselves because the favourites to recruit Tanganga after each he and Spurs turned down a suggestion from Scott Parker’s Bournemouth.
The centre-back appeared unwilling to sign with a team that may likely be fighting for safety next season.
Tanganga will undoubtedly be difficult for Milan to amass permanently given Tottenham’s rumoured £21 million asking price, but now that a loan offer is an option for the Rossoneri, the Serie A powerhouses may have the ability to get the Premier League player for the rest of the season.