A player linked with both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur has been given a £23million price tag, according to Greek outlet SDNA.
Guinea midfielder Mady Camara has been a key member of Olympiacos’ midfield since joining the Greek giants from French side Ajaccio in the summer of 2018.
According to a SDNA report from earlier this month, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has requested more information on Camara after he impressed against the Gunners in the Europa League.
PageNews, meanwhile, also claimed at the start of March that Jose Mourinho’s Spurs are keeping an eye out on the 23-year-old.
At the time, £17million was believed to be enough to land the Guinea international, but the latest SDNA report suggests Olympiacos now want €25million (£23million) for his signature.
It’s little surprise that Camara’s price has reportedly shot up in wake of the interest in him following his superb displays against Arsenal.
The 6ft ace boasts impressive strength and tenacity, is a tireless runner with superb stamina, and his tough-tackling style of play makes him a fierce opponent on the pitch.
By impressing against the Gunners, he has shown he can deliver against leading Premier League opposition – and as such, even £23million seems like a great deal for a 23-year-old with great credentials and plenty of potential.
With both Arsenal and Tottenham somewhat light at the base of midfield, he would be a great asset for either side.