Hoffenheim’s Andrej Kramaric has been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham.
According to the latest edition of SportBILD, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are both interested in signing Hoffenheim striker Andrej Kramaric.
Kramaric, 26, made his name with Rijeka in his native Croatia, smashing 55 goals in 65 games before earning a move to England with Leicester City in January 2015.
The striker failed to impress with the Foxes, and after just four goals in 20 games, he was loaned out and eventually sold to German side Hoffenheim, where he has enjoyed more success.
With 23 goals in 51 games for Hoffenheim, Kramaric has rebuilt his reputation in Germany, and he could now earn a shock move back to the Premier League.
The latest edition of SportBILD claims that Kramaric is attracting interest from Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur this summer – but it would be a huge surprise to see either team make a move for him.
Liverpool already have Roberto Firmino, Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi and Danny Ings as attacking options, whilst having also added Dominic Solanke this summer, adding another depth striker like Kramaric shouldn’t be a priority for Klopp, and they should only sign another striker if they are a major contributor or as a replacement for Sturridge or Ings, who could leave this summer.
Meanwhile, Tottenham could be in the market for another striker this summer to support Harry Kane, but is Kramaric really that much of an upgrade on Vincent Janssen? His poor record in England suggests that he may not be the impact goalscorer Spurs want, and Mauricio Pochettino should be holding out for better.
That’s the case for both clubs; both Liverpool and Tottenham will be in the Champions League next season, and they should be looking for better than Kramaric as they look to make an impression domestically and on the European stage.
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