Tottenham are looking to improve their attacking options in January and they have identified Juventus players Samuel Iling-Junior and Matias Soule as potential targets.
Tottenham and Crystal Palace are allegedly “closely watching” Soule, according to a report from Funchales. The 20-year-old has shown a lot of promise for Frosinone, where he is presently on loan to get some first-team experience. In all competitions, the Argentine winger has six goals and one assist to his credit.
Iling-Junior, on the other hand, has had difficulty getting consistent playing time at Juventus and needs to go on in order to find it.
According to the report, Tottenham intends to make “two offers in January” for the two players. Iling-Junior is supposedly worth €18 million, according to a TuttoMercatoWeb story that earlier disclosed Soule’s estimated €25 million valuation.
Tottenham might make a good long-term addition with these two gifted young strikers, for whom they are willing to pay €43 million.
Richarlison has not performed well this season, while players like Manor Solomon and Ivan Perisic are out due to injuries. Tottenham deciding to spend on two attackers during the January transfer window wouldn’t be shocking. They will bolster their attack with objectives, originality, and flair. Both players will be eager to demonstrate their skills at the highest level, so joining the Premier League will provide them with an exciting chance to do so.
The prospect of playing for the north London club is likely to entice them, provided Tottenham can guarantee them plenty of playing time. Playing Premier League football on a regular basis could help them reach their amazing potential and accelerate their development.
If the two parties were able to deliver on their promise, the €43 million investment may appear to be a great deal.