Journalist Roberto Haz has said that Club America have to cash in on rumoured Tottenham target Sebastian Caceres in January, given how high the defender’s stock is at the moment.
In fact, Fernando Esquivel even claimed last week that Spurs offered £3m plus a percentage as a sell-on clause for the defender but Club America turned down the bid, with the Mexican club holding out for a fee of around £7m for the player.
Should Spurs move early for Sebastian Caceres?
Caceres produced yet another fine display for Uruguay on Thursday against Argentina as his side beat the World Champions 2-0 through goals from Ronald Araújo and Darwin Nunez in either half.
Haz believes Club America must striker while the iron is hot and cash in on the centre-back in January.
He wrote: “Sebastian Caceres had a great game against Argentina, he didn’t let Lionel Messi, Julian Alvarez, Lautaro Martinez and company pass him. America has to take advantage of the fact that in December there will be many offers for the Uruguayan.”
LA MURALLA DE URUGUAY🧱
Sebastián Cáceres tuvo un partidazo en contra de Argentina, no dejó que Lionel Messi, Julián Álvarez, Lautaro Martínez y compañía lo pasaran🛡️
El América tiene que aprovechar que en diciembre le van a llover muchas ofertas por el DFC charrúa🇺🇾🦅 pic.twitter.com/7TG41U9ZJu
— Roberto Haz (@tudimebeto) November 17, 2023
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While it is a gamble to sign a 24-year-old player who has never played in Europe, the low transfer fees being mooted for Caceres means that it would be a relatively low-risk move for a club like Tottenham.
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