REPORT: Tottenham Hotspur One of Several Clubs Interested in Dominik Szoboszlai

Tottenham Dominik Szoboszlai

Tottenham Hotspur are one of several clubs interested in Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, according to David Ornstein of The Athletic.

Tottenham Hotspur Interested in Dominik Szoboszlai

Heavily Linked With Rival

The Hungarian midfielder has caught the eye of several elite European clubs. However, he has been heavily linked with Tottenham’s North London rivals Arsenal.

Despite continued links with a move to The Emirates, several other clubs are now competing for his signature. According to the report, Tottenham are joined by Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan and RB Leipzig in the race to sign the Hungarian.

A move to RB Leipzig would make the most sense considering the links between Salzburg and the German club. However, the Hungarian has impressed in particularly in the Champions League and could demand a move to a more elite club.

Any club that is interested in signing the 20-year-old will have to move quickly. The midfielder must give notice of his desire to leave in January by December 15, while any bids must be registered by December 31.

As a result, clubs will have to decide whether they have the funds available to meet his €25 million release clause. Arsenal’s poor start to the season may restrict them from making a move, while Tottenham may look to bolster their ranks if they are to challenge for the title.

Salzburg’s Latest Star

The Austrian club has become well known for being a breeding ground for young talent. The 20-year-old is the latest star in a long list of names.

Szoboszlai became a regular in the Salzburg team last season. He scored 10 goals and registered 11 assists as the Austrian giants romped to yet another league title.

However, he has continued that impressive form into this season, showing why his buyout clause will be worth paying. The Hungarian has scored six goals in all competitions already this season, while also assisting five for his team-mates.

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