Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajdzic, who has been linked with a move to Tottenham this summer, has admitted that he could leave the Bundesliga club this summer if a suitable opportunity presented itself.
Kalajdzic, who netted 16 goals and registered 6 assists in 33 Bundesliga appearances last season, was first linked with a move to Tottenham back in April.
Sources from Germany claimed last month that Spurs were continuing to monitor the Austrian international, who was thought to be valued at around €30m (£25.7m).
Eurosport asserted just a few days ago that Nuno Espirito Santo was keen on adding another striker to his squad this summer and named the Stuttgart man as one of the options on Spurs’ radar.
Kalajdzic’s current deal at Stuttgart runs until the summer of 2023 and while the striker admitted that he can see himself staying put at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, he refused to rule out the possibility of a transfer.
The 24-year-old told Kicker: “Of course I can imagine extending my career at VfB.”
When asked about the speculation linking him with a move away from the club, he said: “If something impressed me, I would do it. But that would have to come first.”
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Given what we know about the way Paratici operates, Kalajdzic is likely one of several strikers on Tottenham’s radar. I suspect that the likes of Dusan Vlahovic and Danny Ings rank higher up on Partici’s wishlist than the Austrian.
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