DONE DEAL: Eintracht Frankfurt has finally accepted Tottenham’s £42m bid for star striker Omar Marmoush. Personal terms agreed.

DONE DEAL: Eintracht Frankfurt has finally accepted Tottenham’s £42m bid for star striker Omar Marmoush. Personal terms agreed.

DONE DEAL: Eintracht Frankfurt has finally accepted Tottenham’s £42m bid for star striker Omar Marmoush. Personal terms agreed.

Tottenham Hotspur’s summer window has only seen one permanent signing come through the doors this summer but have their attention on bolstering their attack.

Ange Postecoglou has been able to retain Timo Werner on another loan deal for the 2024/25 campaign but the only arrival has been youngster Archie Gray.

However, Tottenham are said to be keen to add to their attack with Richarlison potentially a player who could be sold over the coming months.

The Lilywhites have already been linked with a host of strikers this summer following the sale of Harry Kane last summer.

Tottenham informed they could sign striker for £42m

Options up top caused Spurs with a bit of a headache last season following the numerous injury issues suffered by Richarlison.

Postecoglou was forced to playe Heung-min Son through the middle for the majority of the campaign as a result.

Although the South Korean captain was able to return double digits from that position, his more natural role is cutting in from the left flank.

With no other senior option besides Richarlison at his disposal, Postecoglou may be forced to identify a new addition this summer.

According to Wednesday’s print edition of SportBILD (p.41), Eintracht Frankfurt have named their price to sign their striker Omar Marmoush.

Tottenham are the club credited in the report to have shown the main interest in the Egyptian striker.

And it is claimed a fee of €50m (£42m) would be needed to see the 25-year-old prised away from the Bundesliga side.

What Mido recently said about Omar Marmoush

Former Tottenham striker Mido has previously urged Tottenham to sign Mohamed Salah before he made a real name for himself in the Premier League.

And he has more recently urged the north London side to make a move for Marmoush claiming he’d be a perfect fit for Postecoglou’s system.

A report from Egypt has recently hailed Marmoush as ‘outstanding‘, but his return in Germany last season may not exactly provide fans with that much optimism.

The Egyptian offered 12 goals in the Bundesliga last season which is a return just one goal higher than what the injury-stricken Richarlison provided in the Premier League.

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