Strikers Continue To Be Linked With Spurs

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According to German outlet Bild, Tottenham are linked with Croatian striker Andrej Kramaric, as the club continue to be linked with former Premier League strikers.

Despite being Leicester City’s record signing at £9 million in 2015, the 26 year old’s time in England was short-lived, being permanently moved to Hoffenheim a mere year later.

In the Premier League, the striker played just twice and scored only one goal, which meant the Croatia international missed out on a Premier League winner’s medal.

In the Bundesliga however, Kramaric’s form has vastly improved, having managed 15 goals and 8 assists in 34 appearances for Hoffenheim last season.

According to Bild, both Liverpool and Tottenham are eyeing up a move for the forward, with the German publication using Dutch forward Vincent Janssen as the excuse for Tottenham’s interest.

The majority of Spurs transfer stories written about strikers point at Vincent Janssen’s shortcomings over the previous season, suggesting that the club are looking to replace the 22 year old, which is beginning to get repetitive and boring.

In Football.London’s coverage of this story, they too couldn’t help themselves from criticising the youngster.

I personally wish they’d get off Janssen’s back and find some factual stories to write about. But anyway, what do you think of Kramaric? Is he a player we should sign? Or is there any point?

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  1. “In the Premier League, the striker played just twice and scored only one goal”

    In his first season at Leicester, he played 13 times in the PL and scored twice.
    In his second season at Leicester, he played twice in the PL and scored none.

    Not sure where you’ve got the 1 in 2 stat from. I mean, either way, his PL stats are garbage, but at least make sure the ones you’re writing about are accurate.


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