Paris Saint-Germain right back Serge Aurier has contractual agreements in place with three teams, according to L’Equipe.
The defender has agreed personal terms with Tottenham, Juventus and Inter Milan, but not Chelsea, the French publication is reporting. The Daily Telegraph has previously reported that the Ivory Coast international was a target for the Blues, but it seems they have not looked to secure a move for the 24 year old.
No team has looked to make a formal offer for Aurier yet due to his ongoing court case over an assault conviction. The full back has appealed his two year suspended prison sentence which would prevent him from gaining a UK visa.
A move to Italy is also in question as he isn’t an EU citizen. Italian clubs are prevented from having more than three players on their books from outside the EU, and it could scupper the player’s chances of moving to Serie A.
Aurier is trying to gain citizenship in France to ensure a move to Juve or Inter can go ahead. If not, Spurs would be the favourites to sign the right back, but only if his appeal over his conviction is successful.