Report: Spurs are going to scout 'incredible' 19-year-old this season, Paratici's keeping a close watch on him
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Report: Spurs are going to scout 'incredible' 19-year-old this season, Paratici's keeping a close watch on him

Tottenham Hotspur will be scouting promising striker Benjamin Sesko throughout the forthcoming 2022/23 season.

The Express report that the 19-year-old is a player Spurs are keeping a close eye on going into the new campaign.

The report says that Fabio Paratici is keeping a very close eye on the RB Salzburg striker, and Spurs will be scouting him this season.

They say that Spurs will not bid this summer, and in any case, they have just signed Richarlison to bolster their frontline anyway.

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Tottenham will be scouting Sesko

The report also says Sesko has been dubbed the ‘next Erling Haaland’ in Austria, and the Norwegian did used to play for Salzburg too.

Sesko’s agent Elvis Basanovic recently met with AC Milan director Paolo Maldini to discuss a potential transfer, and the former Italy defender is said to be a huge fan of the hitman.

That means Spurs are unlikely to be the only club with scouts watching the teenage frontman this season, as his development continues.

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His agent previously labelled him one of the greatest talents of his age group. He also used the word ‘incredible’ to describe the teenager.

Liverpool have also been credited with an interest in Sesko, and the Anfield club have a reputation for hoovering up some of Europe’s top talent in recent years.

It seems their summer business is done though, and in 12 months time, the priority may well be Jude Bellingham, although a player who can take on the mantle from Roberto Firmino may also be on Jurgen Klopp’s agenda.

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