According to Sport Witness’ translation of Fanaticos, Tottenham is one of several Premier League teams prepared to pay Club America’s January asking price for Sebastian Caceres.
Tottenham’s dearth of center-back options is well-known, and in recent weeks, a number of publications have reported that the Lilywhites plan to prioritize bolstering that position in January (GiveMeSport).
Football Insider originally reported last week that Ange Postecoglou’s team was impressed by Caceres’ strong performance in Uruguay’s 2-0 victory over Brazil during the last international break, which sparked Spurs’ interest in the player.
A few days ago, Record said that Club America is growing more and more resigned to the fact that Caceres will go in January, naming Tottenham and Sevilla as the two teams vying for his services.
Spurs supporters now assert that the 24-year-old is being watched by Fulham, Manchester United, and West Ham in January, in addition to other Premier League teams.
According to the outlet, when the transfer window reopens, all of these teams are “willing to spend” the necessary funds to recruit the Uruguayan.
According to sources close to Club America, the Mexican team would demand at least $5 million (£4.1 million) for Caceres, according to the publication.
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Although Caceres’ suitability for the Premier League cannot be guaranteed, Spurs and other teams may find it to be a relatively risk-free venture given the modest asking price.