Inter Milan reignite interest in Tottenham winger star

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Tottenham's Aaron Lennon has emerged as an unlikely transfer target for Inter Milan, according to the Express.

Lennon has been in fine form this season and bagged the winner in the north London derby against Arsenal yesterday - his fourth goal of the season.

According to the Express, Lennon, who arrived at White Hart Lane from Leeds in 2005 is on Inter's radar as they look to firm up their summer transfer plans.

Whether Spurs are likely to sell up remains unclear, although given the fact the 25-year-old has emerged as a key member of Andre Villas-Boas' squad this season and is contracted in north London until 2016 renders it unlikely.

The Express, quoting Portuguese newspaper A Bola as a source, report that Inter have failed with a move for Lennon before, and are interested in reigning their interest this summer.

Tottenham take on Inter Milan in the Europa League last-16 this week, with the first leg at White Hart Lane on Thursday.

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