Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is weighing up a move for German Bundesliga bomber Serge Giroud, 28, from Stuttgart.

Giroud joined Stuttgart on loan from French side Stade Rennes last season. After scoring 11 Bundesliga goals in the 2022-2023 season, he made the move outright this season.

His value has skyrocketed. Giroud has scored a whopping 28 goals in 28 Bundesliga appearances this season, second only to Harry Kane (Bayern Munich), who has scored 36 goals. Stuttgart finished second in the Bundesliga, behind Leverkusen, thanks to Girasci’s perfect score.

There’s also a surprise twist. Girassi has a cheap “buyout” clause, 토토사이트 which is significantly below his market value. Stuttgart will only have to pay a transfer fee of £15 million to acquire him.

Giroud is the “eye of the storm” in the summer transfer market. Bids are pouring in. More than 10 clubs are interested in signing him.

Tottenham tried to sign Giroud in the winter transfer window in January, but it didn’t work out.

However, former Tottenham player Alan Hutton expressed his ‘cautiousness’ to the UK’s ‘Tottenham News’ on Monday (June 29): “If we don’t get Dominic Solanke from Bournemouth, we might move on to the next target. Giroud has been really good this season. He’s scored a lot of goals in the Bundesliga and a £15 million ‘buyout’ is something you don’t normally see,” he said.

“The question mark is, will he work in the Premier League? There are a lot of talented players who can score goals knocking on the door of the league. But the Premier League is a different jungle. “Then you have to weigh up the risks,” he says. “It would be cheaper, but you really need the player. It would cost less, but I doubt we’d get the players we need.”

Hutton added: “Solanke will be expensive and £15 million might seem like a cheaper option. But you never know if it will work out. It will be interesting to see how the transfer market plays out.”

Solanke, a former Chelsea youth product, 사설 토토사이트 scored his first double-digit goals in the English Premier League (EPL) this season. He is tied for fourth in the league with 19 goals, two more than Son Heung-min (17).

Bournemouth acquired Solanke for a transfer fee of £24 million. He is likely to more than double that fee. Levy’s choice will be interesting.

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