Hirving Lozano wanted for £42m and would arrive as a Tottenham hero
Tottenham Hotspur are one of the many teams across Europe who have now been linked with a move for Mexican striker Hirving Lozano. The diminutive forward, who can also play as a wide-man, has been impressing for his club PSV Eindhoven and the Mexican national team. He starred at the World Cup in the summer and teams from across Europa have been credited with an interest.
One such team is now Tottenham. At the start of the month, Don Balon reported that Spurs were ready to battle Barcelona for his £42 million signature.
Mauricio Pochettino would no doubt be a fan of the players tireless work-rate, lethal finishing and positional versatility. So Tottenham fans could certainly hope that, probably in the summer, Daniel Levy would consider a move.
Regardless of whether he does head to North London however, he is already a hero among the Tottenham fans.
With Spurs only managing a 1-1 draw at the Nou Camp they needed Inter to have the same result, at home, against already eliminated PSV.
Inter drew 1-1, with Lozano scoring PSV’s only goal.
So moving to Spurs would be easy for the Mexican. He is already a hero with the Tottenham fanbase.
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