Tottenham Hotspur are said to one of the clubs who are closely monitoring Robert Skov, ahead of making a potential move for the winger in summer.
According to Sky Sports, West Ham and Wolves are also interested in acquiring the winger’s services.
Given the lack of activity in the last two transfer windows, the club is likely to invest fairly heavily in the squad this summer, and one of the positions that Mauricio Pochettino is said to be looking to strengthen is the wide areas.
Skov, who is having a stellar season in the Danish Superliga for FC Copenhagen, is the latest wide man to be linked to the club.
The 22-year-old wing forward has already scored 25 times assisted 6 goals in all competitions so far this season.
A report in Corriere dello Sport now claims that the youngster will be available for in the summer for as little as £5 million. The report also suggests that Spurs will face competition from Serie A outfit Bologna for the Dane’s signature.
If the £5 million price tag is to be believed, then Spurs might decide that it is a punt worth taking in the summer.
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