The 30-year-old is currently with the Azzurri's World Cup squad, but his representative Andrea D'Amico believes Iaquinta could be on the move after the tournament.
The imposing forward impressed during the second half of the Serie A season for Juventus and his return to form secured his World Cup call-up.
A positive showing in South Africa could lead to further interest in Iaquinta, with Russian side Zenit St Petersburg reportedly among his admirers.
And D'Amico also claims that Spurs are keeping tabs on his situation at Juve as Harry Redknapp's side prepare for a campaign in the UEFA Champions League.
D'Amico told Tuttomercatoweb: "For Iaquinta, the English club Tottenham have showed up again, along with other teams."
Iaquinta was linked with a move to White Hart Lane last summer as a potential replacement for Darren Bent, who was sold to Sunderland.