The Italian club want to secure a deal for Aaron Lennon.
Tottenham are preparing for a raid on their midfield this summer as Inter Milan plot a move for winger Aaron Lennon, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Serie A club wanted Lennon at the end of the 2011/12 season before the 26-year-old pledged his future to Spurs by signing a new four-year contract.
Yet Inter are not letting this stumbling block deter them as they aim to secure the services of the England international once again, as the former Italian champions aim to improve their squad after a disappointing campaign.
With one game remaining in the top flight in Italy the San Siro team are languishing in ninth place and even a victory could only move them up one place at best – still four spots short of the European positions.
This lack of European football may be a factor in Lennon’s decision as despite a close battle with rivals Arsenal for the last Champions League place in the Premier League, Spurs are guaranteed to at least be in the Europa League for the 2013/14 campaign.
Inter will feel like they know the winger very well by now, as the North London side have faced the Nerrazzuri four times in Europe in the last three seasons.
This included a dramatic encounter in the Europa League this year, which saw a 3-0 home leg win for Spurs overturned in Milan, before a goal in extra-time from Emmanuel Adebayor ensured a 4-4 aggregate victory on away goals.
Lennon meanwhile has had another solid campaign for Tottenham, scoring four goals and providing nine assists in his 45 games in 2012/13.