Spanish clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid reportedly have Tottenham’s Davinson Sanchez on their transfer radar ahead of the summer transfer window.
According to El Desmarque, La Liga giants Barcelona and Madrid are both keeping an eye on the Spurs 24-year-old as an alternative to their main targets.
Sanchez, who earns £65,000-a-week (Spotrac), is now just two games short of 150 appearances for the north London club.
The Colombian defender joined Spurs back in 2017 from Dutch giants Ajax, and has at times looked a quality performer in the Premier League with his pace, strength and athleticism.
But he’s prone to the odd lapse in concentration and individual mistake.
He’s enjoying a strong run right now in the starting XI under manager Jose Mourinho, as he strives for the kind of consistency that will make him a top player.
If you look at Sanchez as a player, you see he’s got all the potential.
Unfortunately, he’s still yet to convince every supporter of his ability several years into his spurs career, which is a massive concern.
Mourinho seems to favour right now, but there are better centre-halves out there who could provide a much more solid base at the back.
Sanchez just needs to find the right partner in the heart of defence.