Reported Tottenham target Sasa Kalajdzic already has ‘relatively clear agreements’ in place to make a move to England this summer.
That’s according to journalist Marcel Reif, who has backed the player to be a hit in the Premier League if he gets his transfer.
Kalajdzic has been heavily linked with a move away from current club Stuttgart this summer, despite a season that was hampered by injuries.
Despite those problems, he still managed six goals in 15 games in the Bundesliga, and his reputation remained intact, with several sides thought to be keen.
Tottenham are one of the clubs to have been named among his suitors on more than one occasion, and a report from Germany today again stated they were in the picture as a move to England was ‘tempting’ the striker.
Kalajdzic has now been backed to move to the Premier League by Reif, who makes no mention of Tottenham but hints a deal is largely in place.
“I think he will go to England. From what I hear, there are already relatively clear agreements,” he told Reif Ist Live, relayed by Focus.
“Not quite Liverpool, but below. The West Hams of this world are looking for players like that.
“He’s a great boy, he’s far from finished. We’ll be hearing from him if he stays healthy. Bayern would have been too early for him.”