Harry Winks faces an uncertain future at Tottenham Hotspur, according to The Sun.
His contract will run out in 2024 after the Tottenham academy graduate agreed to sign a new deal last year. However, Spurs signed Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg from Southampton this week, which has jeopardised his chances of starting next season.
Pep Guardiola is prepared to give Winks a lifeline and it is understood that the Spaniard wants Manchester City to make a move for the six-cap England international this summer
It seems unlikely that Jose Mourinho will stand in his way if Winks wants to leave, as Spurs must sell players in order for the Portuguese to make further improvements to his squad and they are reportedly ready to sell the £40m-rated midfielder if the right offer arrives in the summer.
This isn’t the first time that Winks has attracted attention from Guardiola. The Man City manager claimed that Winks changed the game after he came off the bench to impress in the Cityzens’ 1-0 win over the Lilywhites at Wembley back in 2018.
Guardiola is hardly short of options in midfield but he believes that he can improve the 24-year-old even further at the Etihad Stadium.
Born and raised in Hemel Hempstead, the board may want to keep homegrown Winks by any means necessary. Despite his young age, he is an important player in the Spurs squad and he captained the side in the absence of Hugo Lloris during the 3-2 defeat to Wolves last season.
He played a key part in the supply chain since the Premier League restart, giving Giovani Lo Celso the freedom to push further up the pitch, and selling such a valuable asset to a fierce rival should be out of the question.
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