Evan Ferguson, a striker for Brighton and Hove Albion, is a target for Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham is reportedly monitoring the 19-year-old, according to a TeamTalk report. They will also have competition from teams like Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool.
It’s unclear if Tottenham will be willing to pay that kind of money for the striker, who is reportedly valued at over £100 million.
The Republic of Ireland international is without a doubt a gifted player with a bright future ahead of him. He is the perfect Harry Kane substitute and might be a vital member of Tottenham’s squad in the upcoming campaigns.
With Kane’s departure this season, South Korean international Son Heung-min has been forced to take the scoring load. Tottenham needs to make an investment in a top-tier striker because players like Richarlison haven’t been able to step up.
Ferguson is undoubtedly talented enough to play for Spurs after showcasing his abilities in the Premier League. Ange Postecoglou has the potential to assist him in reaching his full potential.
Even though the listed asking price appears high, the player may ultimately find that the investment was worthwhile.
It’s unclear if Tottenham is prepared to shell out a lot of cash for Ferguson after selling Harry Kane to Bayern Munich at the beginning of the season. In order to finance a move for the striker, the North London team should try to make money off of their underachievers.
Tottenham stance on Giovani Lo Celso clear as Barcelona seek Gavi replacement
The Argentine is being eyed by Catalan giants for a January loan move, but Spurs are dealing with serious injuries of their own.
Any January transfer bid from Barcelona for Giovani Lo Celso will be turned down by Tottenham.
Following the serious knee injury that sidelined midfielder Gavi, Barcelona has set their sights on Lo Celso for a loan.
However, Spurs have ruled out letting Lo Celso leave in January. Lo Celso will probably play a bigger role going forward as James Maddison is expected to be sidelined until at least January due to an ankle injury.
The Argentina international started the Carabao Cup match against Fulham, but he has only made three substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.
The 27-year-old Lo Celso is a target for Real Betis and Atletico Madrid, and Barcelona was interested in bringing him in for the summer. Xavi, the manager of Barcelona, is a big fan of the player.
Gavi hurt his cruciate knee ligament while playing for Spain on Sunday, and the Catalan team is thinking about their January transfer options.
In addition to losing midfielders Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr to the Africa Cup of Nations in January, Spurs have also been beset by a string of injuries.
Despite his difficulties settling in at Spurs following his £55 million transfer from Real Betis in 2019, Lo Celso is expected to be a vital member of the team in the upcoming months.