Son Heung-min gets the green light to sign new best friend

Tottenham Hotspur are looking to strengthen their squad.

“Tottenham are leading the race to sign Albert Gudmundsson (26, Genoa) over Inter Milan and Juventus,” Spanish outlet Fichajes reported on Friday.

Tottenham have been in decent form this season. After 32 games in the Premier League, they have 18 wins, six draws, and eight losses, good for 60 points and fifth place.

They haven’t been 100% satisfied with their performances. They’ve been disappointing in terms of goals scored. Spurs have only scored 65 points in 32 league games. No team in the top five has scored fewer goals than Spurs.

There are calls for a new striker. The general consensus is that they need someone who can take the pressure off Son to score and give them more options in attack.

Gudmundsson has been at the top of Spurs’ list of potential targets. According to reports, Spurs are seriously interested in signing Gudmundsson ahead of this summer’s transfer window.

Gudmundsson is regarded as a player with a lot of upside. He is a two-way player who can play in the attacking midfield as well as on the left and right flanks, with his ability to link up seamlessly being his biggest strength.

The numbers back this up. Gudmundsson has 15 goals and four assists in 33 games across all competitions this season. In his last four league games, he’s scored three goals.

The accolades have poured in. Gudmundsson’s teammate Kevin Struttmann said in an interview, “He reminds me of Salah at Roma. He’s very similar to 사설토토 Salah.”

“If Gudmundsson continues to improve as he is, I don’t think he will stay at Genoa for long,” he said, weighing in on the transfer speculation.

There is even a specific transfer fee. Genoa will reportedly demand at least €40 million for Gudmundsson in the summer transfer window.

Tottenham are the favorites in the race to sign him. “Spurs have taken the lead in the race for Gudmundsson, capitalizing on the fact that Inter Milan and Juventus are not willing to pay €40 million,” according to Fichajes.


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