Inter Milan are reportedly prepared to make a fresh attempt to sign Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tanguy Ndombele.
Despite costing £55m plus add-ons last summer, the Frenchman failed to make a positive impact during his first year in North London.
Having frequently been left out by manager Jose Mourinho, the 23-year-old has been linked with a potential switch to Inter Milan during the current transfer window.
However, according to RMC Sport, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has little interest in considering any new offers for the former Lyon man.
The report suggests that Levy is convinced that Ndombele will justify his price tag with the benefit of more time spent working with Mourinho.
Ndombele made 17 starts and 12 substitute outings in all competitions last season.