According to reports, Santiago Gimenez, a striker for Feyenoord, is a target for Tottenham Hotspur.
The North London team is reportedly paying a high price for the 22-year-old attacker, according to a report from TV Play Italy, and they are also paying him “great attention.” Feyenoord would “probably” seek between €45 and €50 million for the midfielder, and Tottenham is reportedly prepared to comply.
In the summer transfer window, Tottenham sold Harry Kane, and they haven’t yet added a qualified successor. Since the England international left, Son Heung-min has had to shoulder the scoring load, but Tottenham needs additional options available to them. Richarlison, a striker for the Brazilian national team, has struggled to score goals on a regular basis and has fallen short of expectations.
Gimenez might show to be a good long-term substitute for Kane. The 22-year-old Mexican forward helped Feyenoord win the league last season with 23 goals. Moving to Tottenham would present him with an excellent opportunity to advance in his development.
The North London team is presently leading the league table after having a strong start to the season. They’ll want to go back to the UEFA Champions League and compete for big titles.
Gimenez is one player they might add to their roster in January to help them build on their excellent start and have a successful season finale.
It’s said that Chelsea and Arsenal are also monitoring the striker, so it’s unclear if Tottenham will prevail in the competition to sign him.
Tottenham manager may have already hinted at who he will start in place of the injured Udogie vs Palace
One of Tottenham’s best players this year, Destiny Udogie, will be unable to play against Crystal Palace because of a stiffness in his muscles.
During the encounter against Fulham, the 20-year-old defender was replaced in the 55th minute due to pain stemming from tight muscles.
Even though Udogie’s injury is not thought to be serious, it will keep him out of the lineup against Crystal Palace, giving another player the chance to fill in for him.
The teenage left-back’s replacement will be chosen by manager Ange Postecoglou, who may have already made a clue about his decision.
Emerson Royal was substituted for Udogie during the Fulham encounter due to an injury.
This change raises the possibility that the Brazilian full-back will start against Crystal Palace at left defense.
Udogie, one of Tottenham’s top performers this season, will surely be missed by the team.
He has so far played every minute and consistently delivered strong performances.
When Spurs play Crystal Palace, they’ll be looking to build on their recent winning streak and hold onto their top spot in the Premier League.
Spurs’ season has gotten off to a fantastic start. They lead the table and have not lost a game in the league thus far.
And Ange will go five points clear of Manchester City and Arsenal with a victory over Palace.