Tottenham Hotspur started to reinforce the center back. He showed interest in Kim Min-jae (Napoli), but sent a love call to another player who was 10 million euros (about 13 billion won) cheaper than him.
The British media ‘Express’ reported on the 30th (Korean time) that ‘Tottenham put in an offer of 22 million pounds (about 33 billion won) 먹튀검증 to Piero Incapie (Leverkusen)’.
Tottenham signed wing-forward Arnaud Danjuma on loan through the January transfer window. Wingback Pedro Poro is also in the final stages of being recruited. The final puzzle is the centre-back.
Tottenham’s defensive line has been pointed out as a problem throughout the season. Tottenham uses a counter-attack tactic after the player defense, but it is an ironic situation with many goals. It was embarrassing that there was no world class center back other than Cristian Romero. Tottenham has 31 goals in 21 matches. Of the top 12 Premier League teams, no team has conceded more goals than Tottenham.
Kim Min-jae has emerged as a leading candidate. Tottenham had already tried to recruit Kim Min-jae when he was playing in China. Kim Min-jae is also a major target for Manchester United.
However, it seems that Kim Min-jae’s ransom has been burdened. According to Transfer Markt, a transfer website, Kim Min-jae’s current market value is 35 million euros (30 million pounds, about 46 billion won). It is a self-evident fact that if there is competition, it will be more expensive than this.
Therefore, it seems that he was aiming for a relatively inexpensive incar pie.
Express said, ‘Tottenham belatedly informed Leverkusen of its intention to sign Incapie. Incapie has emerged as Tottenham’s last target for January,’ he explained.
Leverkusen also does not intend to sell Incapie cheaply. Express said: ‘Tottenham will have to spend more money to bring Incapie before the January window closes. Sources say Leverkusen want more than double the amount Tottenham have offered. If Tottenham don’t make a further offer, it will be difficult to get a deal done,’ he predicted.
The chances of Tottenham spending more than £44m on Incapie are virtually zero. It seems that the tug-of-war between Tottenham and Leverkusen will be fierce for the time being.