Tottenham loses an extraordinary 25 million target to a newly-promoted side

Tottenham loses an extraordinary 25 million target to a newly-promoted side ...

Spurs have reportedly missed out on the chance of signing Inter Milan midfielder Stefano Sensi, with newly-promoted Serie A club AC Monza expected to sign him on loan for the season.

Gianluca Di Marzio has stated that the 26-year-old will leave Inter on loan for the season, with no conditions to make the agreement permanent in 2023. Sensi is keen to continue his career with Monza after a year spent mostly on the sidelines with Inter.

Sensi was set to be a 25 million target for Tottenham in the January transfer window, with Antonio Conte a huge supporter of the Italian international, with the Spurs boss once describing his former player as "extraordinary" as the duo won the Serie A championship 12 months ago.

Spurs have missed out on a good signing of Sensi, with Monza on the verge of adding him to their growing squad ahead of what will be a historic season, which are owned by former AC Milan boss and Italian president Silvio Berlusconi.

Monza will next season compete in Serie A for the first time in their history after the Italian media magnate invested millions in the club, which has seen the likes of Kevin-Prince Boateng play for the Biancorossi, with Sensi now joining the growing list.

Given how much Conte rates Sensi, Tottenham will likely be irritated at losing him, but with Yves Bissouma signing for Spurs earlier in the window and other targets lined up, the north London side will likely be fine without the Italian for next season.

Monza have signed a coup in Tottenham's favor of Sensi.

Sensi may have slipped through Tottenhams fingers, but there's no denying that Monza have signed themselves an impressive player ahead of their first season in Italy in the top flight, with the midfielder eager to impress for his new club.

Sensi, a 26-year-old who hardly played for Inter last year, will be looking to make a name for himself in what may be an exciting season in Italy, with the new club joining the ranks of the nation's biggest clubs.

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