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Report: Premier League club ready to offer €60M for Tottenham transfer target

By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur will be in the market for another forward to help aid Harry Kane with some of the goal-scoring responsibilities. The north London club has seen its name connected to various players, including SL Benfica’s Darwin Nuñez. 

According to a recent report, Spurs were one of the clubs that scouted the 22-year-old in the first leg against Liverpool. However, if the Uruguay international is the striker that Tottenham wants this summer, they’ll need to move fast.

Foot Mercato reports that Newcastle United is ready to splash the cash their new ownership is providing and has put a €60-million offer on the table for Nuñez. It’s still early on in the process, and after blossoming in the Champions League, it would be surprising to see the striker head to a club that won’t compete in the tournament next season. 

It will be interesting to see whether Tottenham decides to spend this type of money on Nuñez, who will have plenty of other suitors. The striker has scored 32 goals in 37 games for Benfica this season. 

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1 year ago

Perfect. I said all that without opening my mouth…. hah

1 year ago

Players not kids. It speaks volumes about where we need to be. Hopefully, Kulu and Darren Bentancur are a sign of things to come. We, unlike Utd et al, cannot afford to spaff £50m up the wall on another Ndom. We need proper checks on players by people who are willing to speak to family and former coaches.

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1 year ago

No chance, moving fast is not in Levy’s DNA. We are about as fast as a crippled tortoise in the transfer window, except on the last day of course when Levy has a massive brain fart and buys junk in positions we don’t even need.
I just hope all this nonsense changes in this summer transfer window and for once we act like a normal club that targets players (not kids) for positions we actually need and get in quick to secure them. All this needs to happen early doors not at the end of the window, where traditionally Levy waits and then panic buys.

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