Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward

Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward
Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward

Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward

Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward

Four other Premier League clubs are also interested in Jonathan David,

a star for LOSC Lille. Tottenham is one of them.

David’s ascent at LOSC Lille has been remarkable. Ever since he joined them,

he has only gotten better, and his national and

club performances have made him a target for several elite clubs.

Tottenham is one of the five English teams keeping a close eye on

the Canadian international in anticipation of a possible transfer,

according to a report from GIVEMESPORT.

Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward
Tottenham among five clubs tracking £30 million-rated Copa America forward

Over the past few seasons, David has been one of

Lille’s most impressive players. In his past two seasons,

he has contributed 65 goals, and he has further

cemented his name by guiding Canada to the Copa America semifinals,

where they were defeated by Argentina. The 24-year-old striker is wanted by Chelsea,

Manchester United, Aston Villa, and West Ham United,

all of which are eager to bolster their offensive lines this summer.

Tottenham will have to contend with competition in order to sign the KAA Gent striker,

despite their own interest in his talents. Last season, Ange Postecoglou’s club

performed admirably even without adding a replacement for Harry Kane.

However, the manager from Australia is now keen to have a quality number nine

leading his attack and they feel David could be a great acquisition for

the short as well as the long run.

Given his potential and track record in France, he might be the focal point of

Tottenham’s offensive for many years to come. David is anticipated to

be available for roughly £30 million, so Spurs won’t have any

financial difficulties in signing him. However, the North London club may face

fierce competition from United, Villa, Chelsea, and West Ham for

the services of the Canadian international.

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