Tottenham are keen on signing ‘incredible’ World Cup phenomenon -he’ll cost just £17

Tottenham keen with ‘incredible’ World Cup star destined to leave club; he’ll cost just £17.

Yassine Bounou, who will leave Sevilla during the summer transfer window, is reportedly still on Tottenham Hotspur’s radar.

According to an AS report, the Moroccan international will only cost £17.1 million after losing his starting spot for the Europa League champions.

One of the World Cup’s surprises last year was Yassine Bounou, popularly known as Bono. He was crucial to Morocco’s success in Qatar, helping them to the semifinals. As a result, they were the first country from Africa to make it to the last four.

Tottenham have Yassine Bounou on their radar

Sevilla, on the other hand, made the second part of the season frustrating. After the end of March, he only made one more league appearance. And it appears that his final La Liga participation for the team will definitely be the 2-1 loss to Real Madrid.

AS predicts that Bounou will leave Andalusia this summer. Sevilla must raise money during this time period. The 32-year-old can now go for a cost of £17.1 million, and the decision has been approved.

Bounou is reportedly on Inter’s radar as a potential André Onana successor, AS continues. However, it’s interesting to note that the source states Tottenham is still keeping an eye on his position.

Given that they have already recruited Guglielmo Vicario this summer, the Spurs connections come as a surprise. Hugo Lloris is still listed on the club’s books as of right now.

Meanwhile, Fraser Forster shown last season that he was a good backup. Therefore, if Lloris leaves, it would not come as a complete surprise if Ange Postecoglou was happy to have Forster fill in for Vicario.

But if they could get Bounou and Vicario into a fight, it might make for excellent business. ‘Incredible’ goalie has been used to describe the Moroccan. Additionally, the cost is reasonable for a team like Tottenham.

It goes without saying that Bounou might not want to leave Sevilla for another struggle for the top spot. A move is therefore improbable at this time.

However, in a perfect scenario, Tottenham would undoubtedly gain from having two excellent goalkeepers competing for the starting position.

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