Tottenham and West Ham have been linked with a move for Adalbert Peñaranda.

Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United are eyeing a move for Watford striker Adalbert Peñaranda, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The striker only joined Watford in the January transfer window, before he was immediately loaned out to Granada in Spain.

He has flourished there, proving to be a big success alongside another Premier League linked striker Isaac Success.

Indeed, as far as the report is concerned he has ‘exploded’ during his loan spell and that has attracted interest from several clubs.

Chief among them are London duo Tottenham and West Ham, who could be set to make a move at the end of the season.

Of those two, Spurs are reportedly the keener but would have to part with at least €20million, around £15million to try and tempt their Premier League rivals into a sale reports Mundo Deportivo. 

They are not the only ones interested in a move either, with Barcelona also having kept tabs after discovering him in the American U-20 Championship in Uruguay last year.

A move to Tottenham would make sense though, with them having signed youngsters such as Eric Dier and Dele Alli and developed them into first team stars in recent years.

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