When thinking about Tottenham Hotspur's success in recent years it is inevitable to think about Ben Davies, who has become one of the most liked players with the fans.
The Welsh International, who arrived to Spurs from Swansea City in 2014, has played a total of 228 games for the 'Lilywhites', but it seems like his time at North London could be coming to an end.
According to some reports, Davies is a wanted man in Italy by multiple Serie A clubs, but the Spurs new managing director Fabio Paratici wants to keep him.
Italian journalist Ciro Venerato stated that Tottenham Hotspur want to keep him, but if he leaves, they would only consider offers over €30 million.
Prior to Paratici making this statement, Italy's Napoli intended to push through a £13.7M deal to land the left-back from Tottenham Hotspur.
Davies featured just 20 times in the league last season but was an important figure in Tottenham's Europa League campaign.
Davies lone-goal last season came in the Carabao Cup QFs against Stoke City, where Tottenham would end up winning 3-1.
According to Transfermarkt, he is worth 16,00 mill. €.
The 28 year-old had an impressive Euro 2020 campaign, helping guide Wales to the round of 16, where they would lose to Denmark.
Davies, who made his international debut in October 2012, has since won 63 caps in total for his country.
Throughout the years, Davies was in competition with Danny Rose for a spot in the Spurs starting line-up.
This past season, since Rose was not granted a squad number and was omitted from the Premier League and Europa League squads, Spurs decided to sign Spanish defender Sergio Reguilon, who showed some flashes of potential going forward.
Unlike Davies, Reguilon played 27 fixtures in the Premier League, recording a total of four assists.