According to a report from the Sunday Mirror (04/03; page 63), Tottenham are bracing themselves to sell Toby Alderweireld in the summer and are eyeing up a move for Bayer Leverkusen defender Jonathan Tah.
According to the Mirror (04/03; page 63), Tottenham have scouted the 22-year-old regularly in recent times and will be ready to make a move for the £35 million-rated Germany international if Alderweireld does move on at the end of the season.
Good move replacing Toby with Tah?
The youngster has been hugely impressive since joining the Bundesliga side, so much so that he has picked up a handful of international caps for Germany and made their Euro 2016 squad after an injury to Antonio Rudiger.
He will not come cheap however, with the Mirror hinting that £35 million is set to be his asking price and that may be down to the fact that he only signed a long-term contract extension with Leverkusen in February - with Goal reporting that he is tied down until 2023.
However, Daniel Levy will probably feel that it was highly unlikely that Spurs were going to be able to replace Alderweireld on the cheap anyway - should they need to replace the Belgian in the summer - so perhaps Tah's potential may tempt Tottenham to try and test his current side's desire to keep him during the next window if the reports coming back from their scouts are all positive.
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