Based on the MailOnline, Tottenham Hotspur are weighing up a summer season swoop for Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajdzic as they put together to bid farewell to loanee backup striker Carlos Vinicius this summer season.
The Mail report that Kalajdzic, who has scored 14 occasions and offered 4 assists within the Bundesliga this season, is valued at simply £15m by Stuttgart, who he’s helped hearth as much as ninth within the German top-flight.
It’s added that Vinicius, who’s on mortgage from Benfica and has value Spurs a £2.7m mortgage price per BBC Sport, is to return to the Portuguese giants on the finish of the season, along with his shows labelled ‘common’.
The Mail state that Kalajdzic would substitute Vinicius’ position because the aspect’s second-choice striker, while they reiterate that main frontman Harry Kane is contemplating his future on the sliding membership.
It’s additionally claimed that Borussia Dortmund are eyeing 6ft7 large Kalajdzic, as they’re sounding out attainable replacements ought to Erling Haaland go away this summer season.
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The ‘common’ tag to explain Vinicius’ short-term spell with Spurs is fairly harsh, the Brazilian has completed a job when filling in for Kane for cup competitions, scoring 10 and aiding three in 22 appearances.
Vinicius might solely have one purpose to his title within the Premier League, but it surely’s price remembering that solely 4 of his 9 outings within the top-flight have been for a significant variety of minutes.
Kalajdzic would additionally resemble a really totally different fashion of striker for Spurs than somebody like Vinicius, which is what makes these hyperlinks pretty intriguing.
Nonetheless, the Austrian has performed himself into rivalry for an enormous transfer, and at 23 years outdated there’s time for him to develop much more, he might be a high-quality choice for any membership on the worth of £15m.
Vinicius’ most memorable second will sadly go down as this weird celebration within the FA Cup.