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Tottenham most likely to sign €35m-rated attacker with 14 goal contributions this season

By Saikat -

Genoa winger Albert Gudmundsson has been linked with a move away from the Italian club and the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United are most likely to sign him in the summer.

According to a report from Calciomercato, several clubs are keen on signing the 26-year-old Iceland winger but the English clubs are currently in the front row to secure his signature.

Gudmundsson has been impressive this season, scoring 11 goals and picking up three assists across all competitions. He could prove to be a quality acquisition for the two English clubs and it remains to be seen where he ends up eventually.

Tottenham need more quality in the wide areas and the 26-year-old will add pace, flair and goals to the side. The North London club will be hoping to compete for major trophies and they need strength in depth to match up to clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City in the coming seasons.

Gudmundsson and has shown his quality in the Italian league and he will be excited to make the step up to the Premier League now. The opportunity to play for clubs like Tottenham can be hard to turn down and the Iceland international will certainly be tempted if there is an offer on the table.

The report claims that Genoa value the winger at €35 million and it remains to be seen whether Tottenham are prepared to pay up. There is no doubt that the Londoners have financial resources to afford him. The €35 million fee could look like a bargain in the long run if Gudmundsson manages to adapt to English football quickly and hit the ground running in the Premier League.

Tottenham are currently well placed to secure Champions League qualification and competing in two major tournaments will require a deeper squad with more quality next season. Players like Gudmundsson could prove to be very useful options.

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