Tottenham’s Kane replacement, 31-year-old Iranian striker tapped…Son Heung-min left the Asian Cup at the same time
Italian media DiMarzio said on the 5th (Korea Standard Time) that “Tottenham is continuously in contact with FC Porto through his agent Jorge Mendes to recruit Mehdi Taremi (31).
According to this, Tottenham is ready to hand over 24 million euros in transfer fees to recruit Taremi, and Porto is demanding 30 million euros. Analysts say that the difference in transfer fees is not large, so an agreement can be reached. The fact that Taremi’s contract with Porto expires at the end of this season increases the possibility of a transfer.
Taremi made 33 appearances in Portugal’s first division last season, scoring 22 goals and seven assists. He was also active in the UEFA Champions League with five goals and two assists in seven matches.
However, if Taremi is recruited, it will inevitably weaken his power when he is transferred to the Asian Cup in January next year. Taremi is also a key player in Iran’s national team. Tottenham is already scheduled to transfer Son Heung-min to the Korean national team. In addition, the transfer period of the two players could be extended, given that South Korea and Iran are candidates for the Asian Cup.
Tottenham are under intense pressure from Bayern Munich to take Kane. On the 1st, Bayern Munich CEO Jan Christian Dressen and technical director Marco Nepe headed to London to meet with Chairman Levi and negotiate to recruit Kane. Kane has already received a positive response from Kane with a contract proposal to give him the best treatment in the team by 2028. Chairman Levy reportedly asked Bayern Munich’s leadership for more than 100 million euros as a transfer fee. 토토사이트넷
And Fabrizio Romano, a transfer market expert, said, “Bayern Munich announced a transfer offer with an add-on clause added to 100 million euros to recruit Kane. However, I have not heard from Chairman Daniel Levy yet, he said. “Bayern Munich is still optimistic and confident that this deal can be made.”
Tottenham, which started pre-season in Australia, Singapore, and Thailand, will return to London and play against Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the 6th. Three days later, he will wrap up the pre-season with Barcelona at the Leuys Coompanis of the Estadi Olympics in Spain and play the Premier League opening game against Brentford on the 13th.