The Daily Mail have revealed that Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley are both eyeing a move for FC Nordsjaelland attacker Ernest Nuamah.

Nuamah has created waves in the Danish top flight since joining Nordsjaelland back in January of last year, with the wide-forward netting 15 goals and registering four assists across all competitions last season (Transfermarkt).

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BURNLEY, ENGLAND – APRIL 06: The Burnley FC badge of a corner flag ahead of the Premier League match between Burnley and Everton at Turf Moor on April 6, 2022 in Burnley, England. (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)

The 19-year-old has started the new campaign with a bang, with four goals and an assist in the first four league games, and his performances have seemingly caught the eye of clubs in the Premier League as well as around Europe.

Tottenham and Burnley both like Ernest Nuamah

The Mail claim that Spurs are among Nuamah’s admirers and have made an enquiry about the player but it is Burnley who are the ‘most advanced’ with their interest.

The report adds that Everton are also fans of the Ghana international but his price tag of £22m is expected to prove prohibitive for the Toffees.

The outlet asserts that the likes of AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain also have their eye on the Nordsjaelland starlet.

Spurs Web Opinion

The one thing Postecoglou might have realised following the Man United and Brentford games is that he needs one more wide player who is aggressive in one vs one situations.

While Son is a world-class finisher, he is no longer the sort of ball carrier he was in his earlier in his career. Ange does have an option on the bench in Solomon, but he might want another top-notch dribbler in the squad, particularly with Gil injured.

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