Rumoured Tottenham Hotspur target Leon Bailey will be allowed to leave Bayer Leverkusen this summer if his transfer valuation is met.
Bailey’s agent Aidy Ward was quoted by German news outlet Sport1 claiming that Leverkusen have told the winger’s stepfather about the possible exit from the Bundesliga outfit.
Ward, who only recently took over representation of Bailey also oversaw Raheem Sterling’s transfer from Liverpool to Manchester City (Football.London).
Tottenham and Everton are both said to be interested in signing the Jamaican with both clubs said to have ‘wooed’ the winger with their interest but will have to part with around €40million should they wish to land the player (Sport1).
The 22-year-old has scored seven goals and provided three assists during the 2019/20 campaign in what has been a season marred by injury and suspension problems (transfermarkt).
Bailey is said to have had a long-standing to play in the Premier League during his career.
“The club has told his stepfather that he can go for a certain amount,” Ward told Sport1.
“As soon as I’ve spoken to the club and the situation is clear, we will know what to do. If the club wants to sell, that’s no problem.”
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