Fabio Paratic-connection could bring Miralem Pjanic to Spurs

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Fabio Paratic-Connection Could Bring Miralem Pjanic To Spurs
Philippe Coutinho’s stock continues to fall at Barcelona.
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By PA Sport Staff

Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic could figure in Tottenham’s plans for the future, according to the Daily Express. The paper says Spurs are interested in the Bosnia and Herzegovina player, 31, who previously played under Tottenham’s managing director of football, Fabio Paratic, at Juventus.

The Mirror reports Barcelona are willing to accept less for Philippe Coutinho than they paid Liverpool in add-ons for the 29-year-old.

The Spanish club paid £142million – £105m up front, £37m add-ons – for the Brazil international when he left Anfield in Janaury 2018, but the midfielder has struggled to make an impact in La Liga. The Mirror cites Football Espana as saying Barca are now willing to accept offers as low as £20m for Coutinho.

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Manchester City left-back Benjamin Mendy is said to be on Inter Milan’s shortlist this summer. The Manchester Evening News refers to Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport as reporting the France international, 26, is being considered as an option at Inter.

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