Tottenham are reportedly interested in signing Josip Sutalo. Arsenal are also monitoring the situation of the Croatian defender.
Hence, the player can dream about a move to one of the top Premier League teams. The defender is also open to a possible January transfer move.
TOTTENHAM AND JOSIP SUTALO TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Tottenham are showing interest in signing Dinamo Zagreb defender Josip Sutalo. The report also claims that Spurs player Ivan Perisic is trying to convince him to join the club. Both of them are in Qatar with the Croatian national team for the World Cup. Hence, it looks like both of the players will get to talk a lot about a potential move to Antonio Conte’s side.
The players is also open to a possible move to the Premier League giants. However, he will not try to force a move-out. This is because his development is going on a positive route with Dinamo Zagreb. The report also claims that Zagreb are going to ask 7 million for their star defender. Tottenham will also face their rivals in a battle for his signature.
ARSENAL ARE ALSO MONITORING HIS SITUATION
The report also claims that Arsenal are also monitoring his situation. This is because of the interest of Juventus in Gabriel Magalhaes. However, the report claims that Tottenham leads the race to sign him. Although, it looks like both teams will try to convince Sutalo to sign for them. He is a great defender for future years.
Tottenham and Arsenal are both undergoing a number of changes in their managers. They both now have a style of playing familiar to them and their fans. Hence, Josip Sutalo has to decide the best project for him. There are also chances that he will move to a new club in the next summer transfer window. There are many players that have not risked a January transfer move.
The report also claims that his price tag is not going to be too high for Arsenal and Tottenham. Hence, there is a possibility of a Premier League. He will also have more time to settle at his new club. This is because there will be no pressure of the national team after the World Cup.
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