Tottenham could complete a deal for £78,000-a-week highly-rated Arsenal midfield target
By Herkmed | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 7 views
Tottenham could complete a deal for £78,000-a-week highly-rated Arsenal midfield target.
Tottenham Hotspur showed keen interest in improving their midfield during the last winter transfer window, but were unable to sign a player.
The Jose Mourinho's side are now reportedly planning a summer move to complete a deal for highly-rated RB Leipzig midfielder, who was also a transfer target for Arsenal during the last winter transfer window, according to reports.
The 26 years old highly-rated midfield star, was strongly linked with Tottenham Hotspur during the last winter transfer window, with Jose Mourinho been known to be a good admirer of the 26 years old RB Leipzig.
Arsenal were also among the group of teams that was interested in the 26 years old, who pockets £78,000-a-week wages from RB Leipzig, as they viewed him as the solution to their midfield problems.
The £78,000-a-week highly-rated Arsenal midfield target Marcel Sabitzer, has been able to feature in all games for RB Leipzig during this campaign.
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