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Tottenham want to sign impressive Serie A star to reinforce the attack

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Serie A club do not want to spend more than €17m to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender

Tottenham’s search for a striker has reached Italy

The Icelandic international Albert Gudmundsson will likely link with Tottenham Hotspur in the summer. Ange Postecoglou’s search for a striker has now reached French club Genoa striker.

Postecoglou needs a permanent striker in the squad for the upcoming season. The Aussie tactician had an impressive campaign in the N17 last season. In a season in which Spurs finished fifth in the league table and secured a spot in the Europa League. But the team positions in which the manager tried a lot of options were in the striker position.

Albert Gudmundsson is all set to leave Genova

Postecoglou has tried several Spurs players, including Son, Kulusevski, and Richarlison, but none of them couldn’t able complete the task perfectly. The gap in the striker position came after the departure of Harry Kane from the N17 last summer. So the Spurs boss has to find a proper striker in the summer transfers.

Gudmundsson had a wonderful spell with Genoa after he signed in 2022. He also scored 16 goals and five assists in 37 games played in the last campaign.

Albert Gudmundsson is likely to stay in Serie A(Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP) (Photo by TIZIANA FABI/AFP via Getty Images)

The 26-year-old expressed his desire to play in England’s top-flight league earlier, and the statement from the Icelandic player also made the North Londoners bid for him.

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But as per the reports from Corriere dello Sport via SportWitness, Albert Gudmundsson is more likely to stay in Italy. He is waiting for Inter Milan to take him to San Siro, the player’s decision may affect the plans of Spurs. Anyway, Postecoglou needs a striker for his squad, so the Spurs may offer a good price for Gudmundsson if he still decides to stay in Italy, Spurs have to go for their other options in the transfer market.

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