This week, it’s been reported that Tottenham Hotspur are in a comfortable situation to sign Malaga striker Sandro Ramírez.
Although it was previously said that the player had a €10m release clause, the Spanish press found out that the figure is actually €6m, making things easier for Mauricio Pochettino.
And on Wednesday, the player gave an interview to El Partidazo show on Spanish radio station Cope, and kind of confirmed a low release clause.
“I have something around that (€6m figure), but they are things that I do not worry right now. I keep them for myself,” said Sandro (via AS).
Speaking of a future departure, more specifically about an interest from Alético Madrid, Sandro made sure to say it’s not on his mind right now: “Atleti? I do not know. I want to finish the year, continue to expand the streak, score goals. Keep helping, which is why I came to Malaga.”
Claims in Spain this week have stated Tottenham remain keen on a player they were first linked to when he was with Barcelona. Pochettino signed Vincent Janssen as back-ip to Harry Kane last summer, and whilst the Dutchman is much liked, he’s not had the scoring impact expected.
Should Pochettino decide he wants Tottenham to sign Sandro then the club will surely back his choice, given the low price.