Tottenham are reportedly looking to bring in former Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici as their director of football this summer, to work alongside Antonio Conte. Paratici was chief scout at Sampdoria before joining Juventus and would imply that chairman Daniel Levy is looking to change the way the club is run at board level.
As for Conte, Spurs are rumoured to be exploring the possibility of appointing the former Chelsea boss to replace Jose Mourinho.
Conte parted ways with Inter Milan earlier this week, after heated talks with owners Suning over the future of the club amid the Italian side’s financial struggles.
According to Sportitalia TV journalist Gianluigi Longari, Levy is looking to bring in Paratici to work alongside Conte.
However, Real Madrid are also seen on Conte, with Florentino Perez yet to make a decision on their future after Zinedine Zidane left the club.
Paratici left Juventus on Wednesday after 11 years as their director of football.
Tottenham could look at bringing a centre-back to the club this summer, with the likes of Eric Dier, Toby Alderweireld, and Davinson Sanchez failing to impress this season.
Demiral is still only 23 and, despite struggling with injuries this season, would be a welcome addition to the club, bringing some much-needed to composure to Tottenham’s defence.
Although Ramsey is a former Arsenal midfielder, with the Welshman struggling to get a game in Serie A, perhaps a move back to England could be exactly what he needs.
Starting just 13 games this season, Ramsey would be a superb option for Tottenham, alongside Tanguy Ndombele and Giovani Lo Celso.
It would certainly be a blockbuster move but, with Harry Kane reportedly keen on a move away from the club, Ronaldo could replace him in Spurs’ attack.
Financially, it also shouldn’t be a problem, with Kane likely to go for over £100million.
Even though the former Manchester United man is 36 now, with 29 goals in 33 appearances this season, he would still be an unbelievable signing for Paratici, if he were to come to Tottenham.