With the January window over, transfer rumours haven’t gone anywhere, it’s just all now directed toward the summer market.
And as reported by Malaga Hoy, there’s a very good reason why Tottenham Hotspur would wait until the end of the season to make an attempt to sign Sandro Ramírez from the local club.
The outlet claims that despite Malaga’s reluctance in admitting it, Ramirez’s release clause will be down to €6m in the summer.
Clubs would obviously be waiting for the drop make an approach, even though Tottenham have already shown their desire to sign the player before.
“We know the level he has given and that draws the attention of many teams, but his commitment to the club has been enormous from the beginning and has served to close his ears to possible siren songs,” said Malaga director Francesc Arnau in a press conference.
“He’s always been delighted here, he feels loved and has demonstrated it with facts. He stays with us and when he recovers, he will be at the same level as before to give us the same level as before.”
Mauricio Pochettino is said to be a big fan of Ramirez and is aware of all of his skills. One of the reasons is because Tottenham scouts are frequently watching the player from the stands.
Malaga Hoy claims that Ramirez is feeling very happy at the club, and that’s what the board would be relying on for him not to leave.
Pochettino has Harry Kane as his undisputed first choice striker, and whilst Vincent Janssen has shown good work rate, he’s not managed to add the goals. Ramirez for €6m may not be a bad summer move.