Tottenham are yet to make any ‘big name’ signing so far at the ongoing transfer market and that seems not be the best decision from Mauricio Pochetino, who needs to get quality players if he wants to lay claim for a trophy next season.
Having said that, the North London club’s manager has told his employer to get him young USA teenager Christian Pulisic, who is being monitored by a host of European clubs.
The Borussia Dortmund striker is one of the bright youngsters in the world and his performance for the Bundesliga club last season was topnotch and inspiring.
According to reports emanating from the Westfalenstadion, the Spurs have tabled a £44 million for his signature, hoping the price will be enough to beat other suitors to his services this summer.
German media outlet kicker claimed that the player’s father is yet to give his verdict on his son’s future but he revealed that there are numerous offers trooping in for the youngster’s signature.
Pulisic, 19, is a full international player for his country as he has featured in 21 matches, scoring nine goals in the process.
Despite his young age, Pulisic has 97 caps for Borussia Dortmund, scoring 21 goals in all competitions. He is an integral part of the team and he could fail to make his move to the White Hartlane Stadium.
Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City are all said to have made enquiries about the player’s availability for sale at the ongoing transfer window.