Tottenham loanee Harry Winks will ‘likely be on the move again’ once his spell at Sampdoria ends
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Tottenham Hotspur loanee Harry Winks is likely to be on the move again once his spell with Italian side Sampdoria comes to an end.
The 24-year-old midfielder joined Spurs in 2014 and has since made over 150 appearances for the North London club. This season, however, Winks has been loaned out to Sampdoria in the Serie A, making 10 appearances so far.
Winks has enjoyed his time in Italy and is keen to continue his development at the club, but he is also aware that his loan spell will come to an end in the summer.
Speaking to The Athletic, Winks said: “I’m enjoying my time here and playing in Serie A, but ultimately I’m loaned out from Tottenham and come the end of the season I’ll likely be on the move again.”
Winks has been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Leeds United reportedly interested in signing him. However, the England international is yet to make a decision on his future and will wait until the end of his loan spell with Sampdoria before making a decision.
Winks added: “I’m not sure what the future holds, but I’ll wait until the end of the season and see what happens.”
Although a permanent move away from Spurs could be on the cards, it is still uncertain where Winks will end up next season. For now, the midfielder is focused on helping Sampdoria finish the Serie A campaign on a high.