Exclusive: Tottenham Clash on top Bundesliga goal scorer West Ham amid €20m release clause.

Numerous Premier League teams, including Tottenham and West Ham, are interested in a striker from Stuttgart who is presently leading Harry Kane in goals scored in the Bundesliga. Numerous Premier League teams, including Tottenham and West Ham, are interested in a striker from Stuttgart who is presently leading Harry Kane in goals scored in the Bundesliga.

Following his early-season goal-blitz in Germany, Serhou Guirassy has caught the attention of Premier League clubs. The Stuttgart striker, who has 10 goals in six Bundesliga games, is one of the best front men in Europe.

His strength, close control, airborne power, and lethal finishing abilities cannot be disregarded. Guirassy, 27, just recently made the switch from Rennes to Stuttgart on a permanent basis, but the English Premier League is already keeping an eye on him.

Several years ago, Brighton was one of the first clubs to be given the opportunity to sign the Guinean international, but more recently, clubs like Fulham and West Ham have shown interest. In the January transfer window, both of those teams are aiming to bring in a striker.

It’s interesting to note that Tottenham Hotspur is reportedly among the teams conducting early research on a player who is now ranking higher than their former talisman Harry Kane in the German scoring lists.

Tottenham is methodically laying the framework for Kane’s replacement in the team going forward, but the club will speed things up in 2024.

The club is quite pleased with Son Heung-min’s ability to play through the middle, and the choice to wait to replace Kane in the summer transfer window has so far paid off. In seven Premier League games this season, Spurs have scored 17 goals, with Son scoring six of them.

Richarlison is regarded as the other primary attack strategy, but there are a number of factors to take into account as this team continues to adapt under Ange Postecoglou.

Ivan Toney is reportedly the subject of genuine interest from club insiders, but his rising value and fierce rivalry from other London clubs may be a cause for concern. To avoid missing out on a striker in January, when Toney is anticipated to go, Spurs may decide not to even enter the market.

Spurs are tempted by Guirassy’s tantalizing release clause.

Jota’s status and his fallout at Al-Ittihad are worth monitoring because, if it becomes feasible, his creativity may be a top priority at Tottenham. Postecoglou is familiar with him because they were coworkers at Celtic.

However, Guirassy would be more suited for a move at the conclusion of the season, which may benefit Spurs as well.

It is hardly surprising that Guirassy’s surveillance will be increased. His current contract with Stuttgart includes a €20 million release clause, making signing him at that price one of the finest deals in football.

There is a chance that Germany will adopt a new, better contract, which would also affect the release clause, but that process has not yet begun.

Not to be overlooked is Tottenham’s pursuit of Gent forward Gift Orban, who was expected to move in the summer but whose goals have dwindled thus far this season. Only two goals have been returned by him in seven league games in Belgium.

The use of Alejo Veliz by the Spurs is also under consideration. The 20-year-old left Argentina, where he had played for Rosario Central and made an impression for the national team at the youth levels. He was supposed to be introduced gradually at the end of the current campaign, but he has already made a few cameos in the Carabao Cup and the Premier League.

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