Enze Postecoglou is preparing for a ‘busy summer’.

Tottenham manager Enze Postecoglou is preparing for a ‘busy summer’.

There will be ‘outs’ and ‘ins’ across all positions ahead of the new season. The striker transfusion can no longer be delayed. Dominic Solanke (27-Bournemouth) is back in the mix.

“Tottenham are one of the clubs considering a summer move for Solanke,” UK-based TalkSPORT reported on June 22, adding that “Solanke’s stock is very high, and Bournemouth owner Bill Foley has admitted the club could cash in on him this summer.

The interest in Solanke is not new. As early as the end of last year, a Tottenham source said: “Spurs are looking closely at Solanke. They have sent scouts to observe him several times and will continue to track him in the new year.” 스포츠토토 ”Bournemouth know that if Solanke maintains his current form, it will be difficult to prevent a move. That’s why we are preparing for transfer talks.”

A former Chelsea youth product, Solanke joined Bournemouth in January 2019 from Liverpool. After making just 27 appearances for Liverpool, he went on to score 77 goals in 216 appearances for Bournemouth.

This season in particular, his potential has exploded.

He scored his first double-digit goals in the English Premier League (EPL). His 19 goals, two more than Son Heung-min (17), tied him for fourth in the league.

Solanke became the first Bournemouth player to win the EPL Player of the Month award in December. He also has international experience. He has been capped by England at every age group and has one senior cap.

Bournemouth acquired Solanke for a fee of £24 million. Liverpool have a 20 percent stake in the player should he leave the club.

Tottenham lost Harry Kane (Bayern Munich) ahead of the season. However, Postecoglou has opted to field a front three of Son Heung-min and Michy Batshuayi without any reinforcements.

However, he can’t hold off any longer. The player’s future is in doubt with a possible move to Saudi Arabia.

However, there will be competition for his signature. Arsenal, 토토사이트 순위 Man United, Chelsea, and other ‘big clubs’ are looking for a new number nine. In the case of Solanke, Tottenham and West Ham are also interested.

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