Tottenham Hotspur want to transfer for one in all Europe’s most in-form strikers – however he will not come low-cost.
The Lilywhites have loved a surprising begin to the season, discovering themselves prime of the Premier League underneath new supervisor, Ange Postecoglou. Son Heung-min has moved up entrance this time period and has been reborn as a centre-forward.
Tottenham misplaced titanic striker Harry Kane over the summer season, selecting to not substitute their all-time document scorer with a like-for-like participant. However in a powerful place within the title race, Ange Postecoglou has an enormous alternative if he strengthens the workforce midseason.
90min says that Dutch champions Feyenoord have named their worth for Mexican hitman Santiago Gimenez amid curiosity from Spurs and different prime European sides.
In keeping with the report, Gimenez will not be leaving the Netherlands for something lower than what Manchester United paid Ajax for Antony final season, utilizing the deal for the Brazilian as a marker of their striker’s worth.
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This makes any potential transfer for the participant extremely attention-grabbing from Spurs’ standpoint.
Antony got here to the Premier League for an Eredivisie record £81.3 million. Feyenoord’s reluctance to promote for something much less implies that the document will probably be damaged for Gimenez – but in addition, that Tottenham must pay a club-record payment, too.
Tottenham’s present document signing stays now-Galatasaray midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, at the moment on his third mortgage away from North London following his £55m move in 2019.
Transfermarkt charges Gimenez to be value €40m.
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In the meantime, Spurs have been linked with a £17m switch within the January window, with supervisor Ange Postecoglou eager to construct on the Lilywhites’ sturdy begin to the season.
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