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Tottenham starts the bidding race for Damsgaard with €25m

Fri 23 July 2021 | 6:46

Damsgaard made 37 appearances last season during which he was able to score 2 goals and provide 4 assists. He also performed impressively in the Euro as he was able to score two games. The Danish starlet was the first one to score against England.

Being previously tracked by 

Tottenham’s

 first managing director of football, 

Fabio

 

Paratici

, at Juventus, according to 

Tutto Mercato Web

, Tottenham have ‘accelerated’ their efforts to sign Damsgaard as they have submitted the €25m bid that Sampdoria was asking for Dane’s signature.

This means Spurs have ‘overtaken all rivals’ for the winger. The winger was previously linked with a move to 

Liverpool, Juventus, Inter, and Everton

.

In addition to the 21-year-old winger, 

Tottenham

 are also 

closing on the signing of Sevilla winger Bryan Gil

 in a deal that would see Erik Lamela depart the London club for Sevilla. They would also have to pay €25m.

Promising winger 

Gil

, who is playing at the Olympic Games in Tokyo with La Roja at the moment, came through Sevilla’s youth system before going on loan spells at Leganes and Eibar, impressing with his fleet-footed style and significant approach.

 

Although 

Sampdoria’s

 chairman, 

Massimo Ferrero

, recently suggested 

Damsgaard

 could soon be worth €50m, the Italian club needs to make a sale this summer due to their financial struggles.

Earlier, the Serie A side’s sporting director, Carlo Osti, revealed in an interview with 

Rai Sport

 that they want Damsgaard to stay for another year.

“Everybody saw his qualities at the Euros and we are happy for that,” Osti said.


source: CalcioMercato

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