The possibility of leaving the team this winter has increased.
According to the British media’Team Talk’ on the 16th (Korean time), Tottenham Hotspur will be able to sign Nicolo Zaniolo (23, AS Roma) for 22 million pounds (approximately 33.2 billion won) this winter.
Zaniolo has been linked with Tottenham for quite some time. Director Fabio Paratici has been keeping an eye on his performance in Serie A.
It was also reported that he had agreed to a loan deal with Tottenham last summer. However, the transfer was eventually canceled due to strong opposition from manager Jose Mourinho.
But this winter is different. His contract with Roma is until 2024, but it seems difficult to renew it. Italian transfer expert journalist Alfredo Fedula described Zaniolo’s “most complicated moment” in his Roma career, having been booed by fans during the previous home match. 온라인카지노
He also insisted that there is a realistic possibility of changing clubs even in January, saying, “There is no conversation around contract renewal.” And it is Tottenham that is at the forefront of the recruitment competition. ‘Team Talk’ picked the English Premier League (PL) as the most likely destination, and especially mentioned the name of Tottenham.
It is known that Tottenham wants to reinforce their striker in the transfer market this winter. After the break, key strikers such as Dejan Klusepski and Richarlison are leaving at the same time, looking for resources to add strength to the front.
They are actively seeking to recruit Zaniolo. According to reports, Tottenham have already inquired about the potential signing of Zaniolo, who can digest various positions such as attacking midfielder, winger and striker.
Attention is focusing on whether another player from Serie A can join Tottenham. Under Italian-born general manager Paratici and manager Antonio Conte, Tottenham have strong links with Italy. It remains to be seen if Zaniolo can be included here, starting with Christian Romero earlier, followed by Dejan Klusevski, Rodrigo Bentancur and Ivan Perisic.