The 27-year-old Ivory Coast captain has been linked with a move to AC Milan in the past week, having asked to leave Spurs last summer.
The Serie A side were interested in signing him last year and reports from Italy have suggested that talks have already begun over a move for Aurier, who has two years left on the contract he signed when he joined Spurs for £23million in 2017.
AC Milan director Paulo Maldini was asked about the talks to sign Aurier last week and said: “We spoke to his agent last year, to be honest, now we’ll see how the next few weeks go.”
The Ivorian made 42 competitive appearances for Tottenham last season under Jose Mourinho, contributing two goals and eight assists.
Aurier’s season ended in tragedy though after his younger brother Christopher was shot dead last month in Toulouse.
The right-back split his time between France and England in order to be with his family and also bravely play in Tottenham’s final matches of the season.
Now he has posted a message on his Instagram account about the support he has received during that time and that he is looking ahead to the future.
“I received a lot of love messages in this difficult time I said thank you the best remains to come thank you thanks everyone,” he posted in English before adding in French, “The work will resume slowly.”
That post got fans talking with Tottenham supporters and followers showing their affection.
A number of Milan fans also got involved, telling him to come to Italy and clearly hoping that the best which is yet to come will be on display in their club’s colours.
As Maldini said, the weeks ahead will determine where Aurier plays his football next season.
Reports in Italy have suggested that Aurier could be signed for just £13.5million from Tottenham.
However, it would seem unlikely that the north London club would take a near £10million hit on a player who still has a couple of years left on his deal and has been a near ever-present Premier League regular this season.