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21-year-old striker set to join Tottenham regardless Harry Kane future

By Mehdi Gokal -

With Harry Kane’s impending move to Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur finds itself in need of a striker replacement, and several names have emerged as potential candidates. Among them are Jonathan David, Brennan Johnson, and Gift Orban.

Transfer insider Dean Jones sheds light on Tottenham’s plans, asserting that the club is set on acquiring Gift Orban, regardless of whether Kane stays or departs.

Jones emphasizes that the Kane situation continues to dominate discussions around the club, with speculations and negotiations ongoing.

Jones told GiveMeSport:

“It would be amiss to totally steer clear of the Kane situation in this column. Of course it is the main talking point around the club, no matter how hard you try to ignore it.

“If he is to leave then it has always been the case that a buying club would have to at least get close to the £120million mark but as part of any deal that would tempt Spurs into selling it would also have to be that a huge chunk of the cash is paid up front.

“Spurs’ preference all summer has been to hold onto the player but whether he stays or goes there is another forward being lined up to come into the club and that is Gift Orban.

“The deal has been mooted over the past few days and well-informed insiders are indicating now that the 21-year-old is indeed being primed to land in North London – reliable Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri has confirmed that the north London club could be willing to pay as much as €30m (£26m) for him.”

Reliable sources, including Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri, indicate that Tottenham is considering a substantial offer of up to €30 million (£26 million) to secure the services of the 21-year-old forward.

Tottenham’s pursuit of Orban reflects their proactive approach to maintain a strong squad composition, ensuring that they have suitable options up front regardless of any high-profile departures.

The potential signing of Orban, who scored 20 goals in just 22 appearances across all competitions last season. demonstrates the club’s commitment to shaping its future and reinforcing its attacking lineup.

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