Inter Milan have reportedly reignited interest in Tottenham Hotspur's Aaron Lennon and are now weighing up a summer move for the winger. The Italians made an approach for the England international last summer, before he penned a new four-year contract at White Hart Lane. The Nerazzurri have now returned for the 26-year-old, according to the Mirror.
Inter are desperate for some summer reinforcements as they look to rebuild after a poor season that sees the 18-time Serie A champions languish in ninth place in the table with just one match remaining.
Lennon, who arrived from Leeds United for £1m in 2005, has four goals and six assists to his name from 33 Premier League appearances this season. With Spurs expected to sign some attacking players in the summer and Lewis Holtby, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Clint Dempsey already fighting him for the two attacking midfield spots alongside Gareth Bale, Lennon could consider a move away from north London.
Lloris: We Can't Think about Arsenal
Meanwhile, Spurs stopper Hugo Lloris has urged Tottenham to not worry about Arsenal's result, when they host Sunderland on Sunday in their final match of the season.
Only one point separates Spurs from fourth-placed Gunners in the table. If Arsene Wenger's side drop points at Newcastle United on the same day, Tottenham can clinch the top four spot and a potential Champions League berth for next season.
Andre Villas-Boas' men came back from a goal down to earn a 2-1 victory over the Black Cats, in a hard fought match, when the two sides met at the Stadium of Light back in December.
"We can't think about the Arsenal result, we have to think about our performance, we need three points and from there, we can see what happens. It won't be easy. Sunderland have good players, a good team and when we played against them in December, it was a tough game. That was a good result for us," Lloris said.
"It has been difficult for them and a number of teams concerned with relegation. Paolo Di Canio has realised his objective, he's saved the team in the Premier League and it's never easy to play against a team that has no pressure...but we have to focus on ourselves," the France skipper added.