Tottenham have reportedly made an approach to sign Bayern Munich forward Mathys Tel on loan until the end of the season. The Scottish manager Ange Postecoglou has been actively reshaping his squad during the January transfer window, with several players leaving and a few new additions. Tottenham recently acquired Timo Werner on loan from RB Leipzig and permanently signed Radu Dragusin from Genoa in a €30m deal. However, there are still rumors that Postecoglou might look to add further to the squad before the transfer deadline, with Conor Gallagher from Chelsea among the reported targets.
German publication Sport Bild, via FCB Inside, claims that Tottenham expressed their interest in a winter loan for Bayern Munich’s talented young forward Mathys Tel. Werder Bremen also made enquiries, but both clubs were informed that Bayern Munich would only consider a loan deal if they could bring in a new striker to support Harry Kane.
In other news, Football Insider reports that Tottenham are set to invite Swedish sensation Lucas Bergvall to visit their Hotspur Way training ground as they attempt to attract him to the club this summer. Barcelona has reportedly offered Djurgardens £6m upfront plus £2.5m in add-ons for Bergvall. However, Tottenham are also in the running and are eager to hold talks with the player at their training ground.
Meanwhile, former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes that the club needs to improve their forward line in order to compete at the top. Redknapp highlights that besides Heung-min Son, the current forward players are not at the level of the top teams like Manchester City or Liverpool. He points to the recent FA Cup match where the gulf in class between Tottenham and Manchester City was evident with City having eighteen shots compared to Tottenham’s one. Redknapp emphasizes the strength and depth of City’s squad, contrasting it with the lack of depth in Tottenham’s reserves.
Despite the FA Cup defeat, Redknapp still predicts that Tottenham will finish fourth this season in the Premier League. He believes Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City will secure the top three spots, but he thinks Tottenham will edge out Aston Villa for the final top-four spot. Redknapp acknowledges the changes Tottenham underwent during the summer and considers finishing in the top four a success given the circumstances.
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