Tottenham Hotspur reportedly face competition from Sampdoria for the summer signature of Juventus hitman Fabio Quagliarella. According to Tutto Mercato Web, the Italy international has the opportunity to remain in Serie A at the end of the season, when he is widely-expected to leave the Turin giants. The report claims Sampdoria could offer him a second spell at the club, where he netted 13 goals in the 2006-07 campaign before leaving for Udinese. A stint at Napoli was followed by a switch to Juventus but first-team chances have been hard to come by this term as the 31-year-old has been vying with the likes of Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Mirko Vucinic for a starting berth. Quagliarella has little more than one year remaining on his contract with Juventus and there is little chance of an extension. A source close to Spurs told [football] direct news he is one of several options for the summer transfer window.