A move to Roma could particularly make sense for him, because former Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is now in charge of the Italian club and has, of course, worked with the midfielder in the past.
The story was later reported by The Spurs Web on Twitter, where it drew a celebratory response from many Spurs supporters.
What did these Tottenham fans say?
“WHAT A DAY TO BE ALIVE.”
It’s fair to say these Spurs fans won’t be too sad if Winks does get a move this January. Unfortunately for the 25-year-old midfielder, he’s slipped further and further down the pecking order over the past few seasons.
Would Harry Winks perform well in Serie A?
Indeed, he has started just one Premier League game so far under new manager Nuno Espirito Santo, and last season he had only 15 appearances in the division.
Perhaps it will be best for all parties if he can get a move elsewhere in the next transfer market.