Revealed: Fabrizio Romano says Tottenham have eyes on a very “interesting” £39m star

Tottenham Hotspur transfer news has been given by dependable writer Fabrizio Romano, as the team looks at a “interesting” £39 million star.

Striker targets for Spurs

Harry Kane, the club record goalscorer and a standout forward, left, but his loss has hardly been felt thus far. Spurs have reimagined themselves as a more fluid offensive club, with new captain Son Heung-min flourishing in a more central role, rather than floundering without their former hero. With their most recent 2-1 victory on Friday night, Tottenham has now played ten games without a loss, winning eight of them to send a strong message to the other Premier League teams.


The club appears to be changing under the direction of new manager Angelo Postecoglou, and things haven’t looked better in a while. Even so, Spurs have been doing well without a conventional number nine like Kane’s, and there have been hints that new transfer manager Johan Lange and chairman Daniel Levy may still add a striker to the team next season.

For example, Ivan Toney of Brentford is attracting interest from Tottenham. Once he serves his suspension for alleged gambling violations, Toney is expected to become one of the most sought-after players in English football.According to recent reports, Spurs are also interested in Feyenoord forward Santiago Gimenez. This week, an agent even said that Spurs are one of the “closest” teams to acquiring Gimenez.


Real “interesting” Gimenez from Tottenham

Romano, a very trustworthy transfer source, has now provided his own update on the situation. Although he affirms that the Spurs are keeping an eye on Giménez, the situation doesn’t seem as dire as it was before reported. Speaking on his YouTube channel, the journalist affirms that Postecoglou finds him to be a particularly “interesting” player. Gimenez might depart for under £39 million, according to Romano.


“We are fully aware that numerous elite clubs throughout Europe are closely monitoring the young man,” declared Romano.

According to what I’ve been told, €45 million (£39 million) might be the appropriate amount to make it happen. See if Feyenoord has more influence over the situation than the player does when it comes to the January or summer window. There is interest from numerous clubs. Since Tottenham scouts reportedly started following the player last year, I believe we saw Tottenham linked.

“As they followed Slot, the manager, they observed that Santi Gimenez is unquestionably a highly talented striker. Therefore, Santi Gimenez is undoubtedly a player that Tottenham and many other clubs throughout Europe find fascinating. For this reason, decisions will be taken in the coming months. However, no one close to the player has made a statement as of yet, and his father is the sole one managing his transfer affairs.

This season, the 22-year-old has distinguished himself as one of Europe’s most productive strikers. With 13 goals and three assists, combined with his young age and impressive background, his estimated £39 million valuation may be well worth the expense. As 2024 approaches, Gimenez’s exit from the Netherlands will undoubtedly be interesting to observe.

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