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Spurs eyeing last-gasp bid to sign their own Kudus

Dotted around England, certain Premier League clubs are starting to panic as the January transfer window enters its final stage, though Tottenham Hotspurmanager Ange Postecoglou can safely say that his side have strengthened and strengthened well this month.

Timo Werner was brought in on a loan deal to boost the frontline and add a bit of versatility, while the aggressive Radu Dragusin completed a £27m transfer to replace Eric Dier in the rearguard.

Tottenham have been persistently linked with Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher this month and while the door has not been closed on that one – Spurs reportedly continue to monitor his situation at Stamford Bridge – it’s increasingly unlikely that a deal will be struck before Thursday’s deadline.

But the fact that Tottenham can approach this conclusive phase with more composure than some other divisional rivals speaks of the organised and diligent approach taken since Postecoglou’s summer appointment.

Spurs looking at another forward

According to Football Insider, Tottenham talks are underway with FC Nordsjaelland to forge a feeder club agreement, with the Danish outfit recently emerging as one of Europe’s most underrated youth production lines.

One such graduate of this esteemed academy is Club Brugge winger Andreas Skov Olsen, with the report continuing that Spurs are interested in the 24-year-old.


Corroborating this news, Dutch news back in November revealed that Tottenham had sent scouts to watch the player in action, so this is definitely one to keep an eye on.

How Skov Olsen compares to Mohammed Kudus

Talent scout Jacek Kulig praised the “perfect” transfer of Skov Olsen to Club Brugge when he completed a move from Serie A side Bologna back in January 2022, and such a prediction has certainly rung true, with the Dane plundering 32 goals and 23 assists from 81 fixtures since arriving in Belgium.







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