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Spurs ‘making early explorations’ to sign Kane replacement with 15 goals in 9 games

According to Daily Express, Tottenham are one of the teams that will be on red alert as Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy.

In 9 games this season, he has 15 goals and 2 assists for Stuttgart.

Several elite clubs in Europe and elsewhere are taking notice of his outstanding play.

Tottenham is reportedly one of the teams on “red alert” for him.

According to reports, Spurs are “making early explorations” into the forward.

After Harry Kane left the team to secure a contract worth about £100 million to join Bayern Munich, Ange Postecoglou decided against bringing in a full-time striker to replace him.

One of the reasons they decided against signing a replacement for Kane, according to Ange, is Son’s adaptability as a front-line striker who can work in any system.

Son has also not let the Australian down. In 9 appearances in all competitions, he has 7 goals and 1 assist.

Because of this, Spurs are reportedly looking for a striker to replace Kane. Ivan Toney and Serhou Guirassy have both been connected with moves.

The 27-year-old’s current deal has a release clause, which will make him available for under £15 million.

With his goal-scoring ability, that will be an obvious choice.


Pundit names four things that have to happen for Spurs to challenge for the title

Simon Jordan has said that while he does not expect Tottenham Hotspur to compete for the title unless the other contenders slip up considerably, he insisted that Ange Postecoglou deserves plenty of praise for the galvanising effect he has had at the club.

After nine games this season, Tottenham has won seven and drew two, leaving them undefeated.With 23 points earned in his first nine Premier League games in charge, Postecoglou has broken the previous record for most points won. (ESPN).

Some are now wondering if the Lilywhites can continue their run and contend with teams like Man City and Arsenal for the championship, but Jordan believes it is doubtful.

Can Tottenham actually challenge for the PL title?

“If we see a decline in Manchester City, we see a decline in Arsenal, Liverpool don’t pick up their standards from the disappointment of last season, Man United continue their decline, then we can have this conversation,” he said in response to a question about whether Spurs could win the league.

“No, I don’t think Tottenham Hotspur will win the Premier League if we’re talking about people maintaining a certain level.”

However, Jordan made it clear that he is a big fan of Postecoglou and praised the Australian for the kind of team he is building and the way he addresses the media.

He continued: “I am an absolute stalwart for supporting Postecoglou. I think he’s a very sensible manager. I listened to Tim Sherwood tell me he got all fed up with having nice dryers at the training ground.

“This guy tells me about the fact that they’ve got wonderful training facilities. They’ve got a stadium that is fit for the best and it’s his job to build a team.

“They were able to draw with Arsenal. Tottenham managed to defeat Manchester City in the past, and they had an unlikely victory over Liverpool.

“I still think Tottenham has a lot of work ahead of them, but from a footballing and media-facing standpoint, they’re a far better team than they were a year ago.”

Jordan acknowledged that he had not anticipated Spurs to get off to such a strong start to the season and made the argument that Harry Kane’s exit may have been advantageous to the team.

“I didn’t expect Tottenham to be top of the league, but I did expect Tottenham to have a Postecoglou effect,” the former owner of Crystal Palace continued. that they would be a topic for conversation.

“We would still be saying ‘this is a great good turnaround’ if Tottenham were currently in fourth or fifth place in the league as we sit here.

“Because it involves radiators and drains, the Harry Kane departure has given others a chance to fill the void. It is crippling to hear Harry Kane describe himself as a radiator and a drain that he want to go every year. Since he is no longer there, others have an opportunity.

It is evident that the vast majority of Spurs supporters are not considering suggestions of a potential title challenge this season; instead, they would be content with a top-four finish.

Even though the majority of these pundits did not believe that Tottenham would finish in the top four at the beginning of the season, some members of the media seem to be seriously doubting the club’s ability to win the title, and they would be the first to accuse the team of “bottling it” if we are not successful.

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