Spurs look set to miss out on another attacking option.
Inter Milan have rejected a bid of £15.3 million for Fredy Guarin from Tottenham Hotspur according to Goal.com.
Spurs are looking to bolster their attacking options this summer after the club narrowly missed out on a place in next seasons Champions League.
The North London club were beaten to fourth place in the Premier League by bitter local rivals Arsenal.
Chairman Daniel Levy is determined that Spurs will qualify for the Champions League next season and is looking to add plenty of attacking talent to his clubs squad.
However, Spurs offer for Guarin has been rejected and the attacking midfielder has said that he doesn’t want to leave the San Siro.
Spurs are hoping that he will change his mind and are continuing discussions with the Italian club who are thought to be holding out for a deal in which they receive the transfer fee in one go rather than a series of performance related payments over several years.
Guarin joined Inter from Porto in January 2012 and scored 10 goals for the club last season.
Any deal for Guarin would probably have to break Spurs record transfer bid, which was the £16.5 million they paid for Luka Modric in 2008.