Fiorentina reject Aston Villa, Tottenham offers for Michael Kayode

Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa are reportedly keen on signing 19-year-old Fiorentina defender Michael Kayode this summer.

According to a report from Viola News, Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur have submitted offers for to sign 19-year-old Fiorentina prodigy Michael Kayode, but they were less than €20 million. The Serie A club are holding out for a fee of around €25 million for the defender, and they have turned down both offers.

It will be interesting to see if Tottenham and Aston Villa decide to come forward with improved offers for the Italian full-back in the coming weeks. Kayode is highly rated at Fiorentina, and he has a big future ahead of himself. He could develop into a key player for Aston Villa and Tottenham, and the reported €25 million asking price could even prove to be a bargain if he can fulfil his potential in the Premier League.

Kayode would be a superb addition

Tottenham are expected to sell Emerson Royal this summer, and they will have to replace the Brazilian full-back adequately. They cannot head into the upcoming season with Pedro Porro as the only right-back option at their disposal.

Kayode could be the ideal alternative to the Spanish defender and it remains to be seen whether the Tottenham can get the deal done. The reported €25 million asking price is certainly affordable for a club with their resources, and it will be interesting to see if Spurs are ready to break the bank for him.

The Italian full-back prodigy could develop into a key player for them with the right guidance. He has the quality to justify the investment in the coming seasons, and Tottenham should do everything in their power to get the deal done.

Meanwhile, Aston Villa are looking to add more quality and depth to their squad this summer. The Italian defender would be a long-term acquisition for them, and he could be a replacement for Matty Cash at the West Midlands club. Aston Villa have secured Champions League qualification for next season, and they need to improve their squad.

The Villans need to add quality players who will help them sustain in their push for European football in the upcoming seasons as well and help them compete for trophies. The 19-year-old Italian certainly has the potential to play for top clubs in the near future, and he would be a quality addition for both clubs.

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