On February 25th, we relayed news from Spain that Tottenham Hotspur are interested in Marc Cucurella.

Barcelona allowed the left-back to join Getafe on a season-long loan deal and the latter have an option to make the transfer permanent for €6m.

According to Marca, Getafe will exercise the option and the La Liga winners will receive 40 percent of the fee from the 21-year-old’s future sale. It’s claimed Cucurella’s new release clause will be set at €25m after Getafe make his transfer permanent.

Another Spanish newspaper La Razón explains several clubs ‘threaten’ the defender’s continuity at Getafe and Spurs are included in the list.

Apart from the north London club, their derby rivals Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Mönchengladbach are also after the player.

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Cucurella will have an option to either continue in the Spanish league or try his luck in the Premier League or the Bundesliga next season.

The interest he has aroused from the Premier League stands out, and José Mourinho ‘wants to recruit’ Cucurella.