Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with an interest in RB Salzburg striker Patson Daka, and landing another striker is pertinent as Harry Kane is the only natural striker in their squad at the moment.
Spurs’ failure to sign one following the departure of Fernando Llorente last summer proved costly when the England international got injured in January, but if they will make a move for Daka this summer remains to be seen.
The 21-year-old grabbed four goals last night as Salzburg strolled to a 10-0 comfortable victory against Bregenz in the Austrian Cup, and that came just days after he grabbed a brace in a 2-2 draw with Premier League defending champions Liverpool.
Tottenham fans would love to see chairman Daniel Levy bring Daka to N 17, and here is how some of them have reacted to football.london’s report on Twitter:
Please get him he will be world class in a few years
— Hassan ⚪ (@Hassanthfc) September 9, 2020
PLEASE MAKE IT HAPPEN @SpursOfficial
— #SellToSteveCohen (@aninsanemetsfan) September 9, 2020
The African Haaland. Get him in🤍🤍💙💙
— •🇨🇴DonDavinson (@MorganWatkinso5) September 9, 2020
I AM ON MY KNEES! pic.twitter.com/DTb62oBbrN
— Tanguy (@ThatOneJuicer) September 9, 2020
Kids got talent! But Levy has spent enough this window.. Always next year when his price doubles at best
— D Allo (@DarrenPaulAllo) September 9, 2020
I would love this one, alasdair broke the doherty story first
— The Duke of Ekpoma (@dayvid_d_taylor) September 9, 2020
— mahfuz (@N17Mahfuz) September 9, 2020
Alasdair Gold is tier 1 lets get this deal done cmon spurs 👌
— mathew hill (@matttyhill526) September 9, 2020
Im on my knees Levy please
— Jøšhüã 🇺🇸 (@THFCJoshua) September 9, 2020
please please sign him levy
— 🎭 (@thfcLxcas) September 9, 2020
24 goals / 31 appearances (2019-2020 season in the Austrian league), still young and developing
— Paul K (@paulipaulyk) September 10, 2020
Daka bagged 24 goals and assisted another eight in 31 games in the Austrian top flight last term, and Spurs could do with such a quality addition to their attack to boost their chances of returning to the top-four in 2020-21 and going forward.