Juventus eye €15m sale of promising young winger targeted by Tottenham & Everton

Samuel Iling-Junior
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Juventus are set to say goodbye to exciting young attacker Samuel Iling-Junior this summer, with a price tag of roughly €15 million (£13 million) placed on the 20-year-old as per SportLens.

The England U21 star has caught the eye of multiple Premier League sides, including Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, both eager to add him to their ranks.

Iling-Junior, who initially came through the ranks at Chelsea's youth academy, moved to Juventus in 2020. Although first-team appearances have been limited, his flashes of brilliance have made an impact. In his 18 Serie A matches this season, he has already picked up two assists. His skillset – particularly his ability to create goalscoring chances, receive progressive passes, and his defensive work rate – puts him in elite company among other midfielders.

With his contract running out in June 2025, and no sign of a new deal, Juventus are opting to sell now rather than risk losing a prized asset on a free transfer later. It's this relatively low asking price that's got Premier League clubs on high alert, with Tottenham, Everton, Newcastle United, and Brighton & Hove Albion all considering offers.

Tottenham, always seeking out homegrown talent, could be the perfect fit for Iling-Junior. They have a reputation for developing young players, and the 20-year-old has the potential for long-term impact. His ability to play on either wing would be a bonus for Spurs, and his status as a homegrown player would be extremely valuable given the league's squad composition rules.

For Everton, who desperately need a spark in attack, Iling-Junior's price tag might be too tempting to pass up, even with potential Financial Fair Play concerns. The Toffees need consistency up front, and the winger's energy and goal-creating ability would be a major asset.

His potential resale value could also make him a smart long-term investment as Everton rebuilds within financial limits. Plus, the chance to secure a regular starting place at Goodison Park might be exactly the opportunity Iling-Junior needs to take his career to the next level.

As Juventus enters a period of transition, Iling-Junior looks likely to depart. A young player with his talent and bargain price tag is sure to generate fierce competition among Premier League teams. Where he lands could be a major factor for his future success, as he seeks a stage where he can shine consistently.

Fans in England are in for a treat if Tottenham, Everton, or another Premier League side successfully lures Iling-Junior across the channel this summer.