Tottenham will have to battle some of the biggest clubs in Europe if they want to sign Benjamin Pavard. Calciomercato (h/t ESPN) claims Spurs are interested in the World Cup winner but Napoli and Bayern Munich are keeping tabs on the Frenchman.
Pavard can play as a centre-back or a right-back, though he was used down the right by France in their World Cup run.
The 22-year-old was incredible for Stuttgart last season but they are struggling this season in the Bundesliga. Pavard has started all their Bundesliga games this season, and would be a wonderful addition to the Tottenham side.
The report adds that we are in the market for a top defender and Pavard fits that bill perfectly. The 22-year-old has the potential to get even better, and we could have three of the best young defenders in football at the club.
Juan Foyth and Davinson Sanchez have done pretty well for the club and the Frenchman needs to make a move to continue his growth.
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Playing in the Premier League would be a real test for the 22-year-old, and hopefully, we can beat the other clubs for the signature of the Frenchman.
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