Tottenham Hotspur are interested in acquiring the services of Lucas Beltran, who is on the radar of multiple clubs from across Europe.
According to a report by TNT Sports, Tottenham Hotspur are keen on having Lucas Beltran in their ranks. The 22-year-old River Plate forward has been on the radar of multiple teams from across Europe and there could be a bidding way for his services.
Beltran has come through the ranks at River Plate. He was sent out on loan to CA Colon last season. The 22-year-old had a decent season away from his parent club as he had 14 goal contributions in his 47 outings. A few Major League Soccer clubs were keen on having his services ahead of the upcoming season.
But, the Argentina Under-20 star decided to stay in Argentina for another season on the advice of his brother. In the ongoing season, the 22-year-old has taken his game to another level. He has been involved in 20 matches and has 9 goal contributions to his name. He has not just contributed with goals, Beltran has had an overall impact on the team.
Beltran’s performances have helped him establish himself as a regular while attracting a lot of attention from across Europe for his services. The likes of Atletico de Madrid, Napoli, AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur are all interested in the 22-year-old. With some of the biggest clubs interested in the River Plate forward, Tottenham will have to give it their all to acquire his services.
Spurs have had a difficult time in the current campaign. And, they are looking to strengthen their squad ahead of next season. The London club want to bolster their attack, and they are looking for a new striker amidst uncertainty around Harry Kane’s future.
Even if Kane ends up staying, they do need more firepower and the 22-year-old can help their cause. He will provide great cover to their star striker. And, the fact that he can even start on the right flank is an added bonus. Meanwhile, recent reports have linked Tottenham with various strikers, including Gift Orban.
Beltran already has an Italian passport, and it won’t be a big task for him to move to Europe. However, with multiple clubs all set to battle it out for his services, it will be interesting to see where he ends up plying his trade next season.
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