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Tottenham Hotspur must move for Musa Barrow now and save millions

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Tottenham Hotspur must move for Musa Barrow now and save millions

The Atalanta forward is apparently on the radar for Tottenham Hotspur.

There is a young player taking Italian football by storm and it has reportedly caught the attention of Tottenham Hotspur.

The player in question is young Atalanta forward Musa Barrow. The Gambian has been a revelation for the club this season.

Now, according to Calciomercato in Italy, Spurs are keen on bringing him to England.

The reasons why are clear. Barrow looks to be an excellent prospect for the future.

This season he developed a name for himself with the Atalanta Primavera side.

He was top-scorer in Primavera 1, with 23 goals in just 18 games, also adding seven assists to his name as Atalanta’s youngsters won the league.

Now he is in the first-team in Bergamo, with three goals in 10 Serie A appearances. Combined with his cup appearances and goals, Barrow has 29 goals from 32 appearances this season.

Such form cannot be ignored and Tottenham are right to be keen on the player.

But they must move fast.

(Photo credit should read TIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images)

Plenty of teams in Italy are also believed to be interested in securing his signature.

Meanwhile, the longer he gets to play for Atalanta the better he is going to get.

It seems there is little stopping the talented forward from growing into a genuine star in Italy. With that, would come a massive transfer fee increase.

Tottenham would undoubtedly have to pay over £10 million for the player at the moment, as Atalanta fully understand they have a special talent in the 19-year-old.

But, in one year, if he continues to perform the way he is currently, the fee for Barrow could become astronomical.

Tottenham find themselves in the unique opportunity to get Barrow now, striking while the iron is hot, rather than waiting.

If they do, Barrow could easily move out of the price range Daniel Levy would feel comfortable with. He is simply that good.

Make the move now Spurs, or risk being very disappointed in the years to come.

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Mathew Nash

Sports journalist based in Bristol. Previously spent five years writing for HITC Sport. Everton fan for my sins.

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