Italian side Fiorentina are targeting Tottenham Hotspur duo Vlad Chiriches and Yago Falque, according to reports in Italy.
Chiriches only joined Spurs recently and Falque has yet to breakthrough into the first team picture, and both could be set to leave if reports in Tuttosport are to be believed.
Fiorentina are believed to be aiming to push for a Champions League place next season and see Chiriches and Falque as important players to take them to another level.
Chiriches joined Spurs last summer for a fee believed to be in the region of £8.5 million and has since gone on to make 18 appearances for the north London club, scoring one goal.
Spurs would be hoping to at least recoup the amount spent to buy the Romanian captain if they were to sell, making any possible deal hard.
The 23-year-old has also not made any noises of being unhappy at Spurs and could see Fiorentina as a step down in his career.
On the other hand Fiorentina should find snaring Yago Falque a lot easier. Falque initially joined Spurs on loan from Juventus in August 2011, and the deal was then made permanent in January 2012 for a fee in the region of around two million pounds.
Falque has only gone on to make only one first team Premier League appearance and has been loaned to a number of clubs such as Southampton, Almeria and Rayo Vallecano. He is way down the pecking order in Spurs' midfield.
Last season at Rayo Vallecano, Falque scored two fantastic goals in 13 appearances for the Spanish side. The loan deal gives the Rayo the option to buy the player before June 30th.
Falque is 24-years-old and has been at Spurs for a number of years but has yet to be given a proper first team chance. Therefore, he may see a move to Fiorentina as the right move in his career in order to gain recognition.
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