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Tottenham to provide ‘increasingly strong competition’ for 19-goal sensation

Tottenham Hotspur have been heavily linked with Serhou Guirassy in recent weeks and speculation is intensifying ahead of the January transfer window.

Spurs are fairly well stocked in attack at present, even though they didn’t bring in a like-for-like replacement for Harry Kane. Richarlison and Son Heung-min are both in great form.

But there’s always a reason to send in more troops. It appears that Tottenham is reportedly considering the man who is now just behind Kane in the Bundesliga’s top goal scorer’s list.

In addition, Spurs could expect fierce competition for Guirassy from other elite European teams, such as AC Milan.

The Stuttgart star is reportedly a target for the San Siro giants, but Tottenham is reportedly offering “increasingly strong competition” for his signature, according to Tuttomercatoweb.

With 19 goals this season, Guirassy is reportedly seeking a four-and-a-half-year contract worth €5 million, which would carry him until the summer of 2028.

According to the report, Milan may find this to be a bit too expensive. Based on Salarysport, this equates to around £85,000 per week, placing him as the 16th best paid player at Spurs.

According to an earlier Italian article, Guirassy was reportedly seeking about £67,000. Even if the most recent report mentions a bigger amount, Tottenham still cannot afford it.

Furthermore, it has been alleged that the 27-year-old has a release clause of under £15 million. This wouldn’t be very high for a team like Spurs.

Serhou Guirassy a relatively inexpensive gamble for Tottenham Hotspur – TBR View

Tottenham appears to have made a wise choice in acquiring Guirassy, especially during the January transfer window.

He can be acquired by invoking a little release clause, and Spurs should have no trouble meeting his salary demands given his talent and prolific nature. He is also in his prime.

Granted, there’s always a chance that Guirassy won’t immediately adjust to life in the Premier League or that his current winning streak could end soon.

Would Guirassy also sign as a backup to players like Richarlison and Son? Milan might be able to provide him with more consistent starts.

If he was content to play backup for Tottenham, Spurs might as well sign him for £15 million.

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