PSV Eindhoven winger Hirving Lozano has had another sensational season for the Dutch giants, netting 21 goals in all competitions including one against Tottenham in the Champions League group stages.
The 23-year-old is reportedly attracting the interest of several European giants this summer, with Napoli leading the race for him according to a report in CalcioNapoli24.
The report claims that the Italian club have made an offer of €45 million for Lozano and that PSV are happy to sell him for that price.
However, it is suggested that the Mexican international is putting off the move to Naples, in the hope that Manchester United will come calling for him this summer.
Now, Rai journalist Ciro Venerato has told CalcioNapoli24 that apart from the Red Devils, the pacey winger is also interesting Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain.
Bewilderingly, however, Venerato claims that Spurs want Lozano as a replacement for Son Heung-Min, who he suggests could move to Real Madrid this summer.
Spurs Web Opinion
While Lozano will no doubt be a useful addition to the Tottenham squad, the suggestion that Spurs might sell Son to Real Madrid this summer seems completely baseless given that Madrid have already signed several attacking players this summer.
We at Spurs Web think the money can be better used in other areas of the squad as Lozano does not provide anything that the likes of Moura and Son do not.
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