Edwards, in the meantime, has impressed within the Portuguese capital since leaving Spurs on a everlasting foundation in the summertime of 2019.
The 24-year-old scored towards Conte’s facet within the Champions League again in October and has been linked with a transfer again to north London.
Porro is believed to have a launch clause price round £39.7m in his contract, whereas Edwards’ reportedly stands at round £52m.
Conte is prone to count on signings throughout this month’s switch window but it surely stays to be seen if Daniel Levy and managing director Fabio Paratici will again the Italian amid doubts about his long-term future.
Talking to File, Amorim stated: “We are not as attractive a league as others and we cannot pay the same wages. This is a problem, even in relation to Portuguese clubs we have this difficulty.
“As was said, they only leave for the clause. We are ready. We know the amount of attacks that go through Porro and Edwards, nobody is blind here. But the market is what it is.”