According to a report from Bild, Eintracht Frankfurt are lining up a replacement for rumoured Tottenham target Daichi Kamada.
Spurs could be in the market for an attacking midfielder this summer, with Dele Alli’s future at the club looking uncertain.
In fact, some sources have claimed that the main reason that the England international started Tottenham’s last five league games was that the club wanted to put him in the shop window.
One potential replacement for Alli could be Kamada, with previous reports from Germany claiming that Spurs are one of several clubs interested in the Japanese international, who is valued at £26m.
The 24-year-old has one of the standout performers in the Bundesliga this season, managing to find the back of the net 5 times and picking up 15 assists.
Frankfurt’s chief financial officer Oliver Frankenbach has insisted that the club do not need to sell their stars this summer.
However, Bild claim that they might be planning for life without Kamada, having already lined up Dinamo Zagreb youngster Lovro Majer as a replacement.
The report explains that Frankfurt are wasting no time in securing Majer’s services and Spurs have thus been given encouragement in their pursuit of Kamada.
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If Spurs are to cash in on Dele Alli, we would need to replace his goals as no other midfielder at the club seems capable of reaching double digits. While Sabitzer seems like he would be most Tottenham fans’ first choice, Kamada could come cheaper than the Austrian despite the fact that his contract at Leipzig has only 12 months left to run.
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