According to a report from StokeSentinel, Tottenham have their eye on Stoke City centre-back Harry Souttar, who is continuing to impress at the Bet365 Stadium.
Souttar signed for Stoke from Dundee United in 2017 and following a couple of loan spells, established himself as a regular in the Potters starting eleven last campaign.
The Australian international has started the new campaign where he left off last season, with his solid defensive displays being one of the main reasons behind Stoke’s strong start.
StokeSentinel claim that former Spurs boss, David Pleat, has watched Souttar in action as the North London club continue to track his progress.
However, it appears that Tottenham are not alone in their admiration of the 22-year-old, with the report claiming that ‘scouts have been flocking’ to Stoke to run the rule over the defender.
The Sun have revealed that Everton’s assistant coach, Duncan Ferguson, has also watched Souttar in action, with the Toffees thought to be eyeing the Stoke man as a potential replacement for Yerry Mina, who has allegedly expressed his desire to leave Goodison Park.
Spurs Web Opinion
Several Premier League clubs have proven over the last few years that there are some great bargains to be had from the EFL if clubs can identify the right talent.
However, I would rather see Rodon being given more of an opportunity this season rather than seeing us snap up a player like Souttar, who is of a similar profile to the Welshman.
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