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According to Sport Klub, Dušan Vlahović is now close to a move to London after Tottenham submitted a bid for his services.

What’s the story?

Well, according to Calciomercato, Tottenham have made an offer for the 7-cap Serbia international, who is valued at £51 million.

Atlético Madrid and AC Milan have also bid for Fiorentina’s No.9.

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However, Sport Klub believe Vlahović is closest to joining a club in London, which could arguably be Spurs if you join up the dots.

Liverpool are also interested in the 21-year-old.

In fact, Jürgen Klopp’s side were said to be in advanced talks to sign the powerful striker.

If Tottenham have beaten Liverpool to Vlahović, it would represent a real coup.

Can Dušan Vlahović replace Harry Kane?

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In our view, you can count the number of strikers capable of replacing Harry Kane on one hand – there are few like him around.

However, for someone six years younger than the 57-cap England international, Vlahović is doing very well for himself.

The Belgrad-born hitman scored 21 goals in 37 appearances for Fiorentina in Serie A last season.

His efforts saw him named Serie A Young Player of the Year, and deservedly so.

Of course, it would be a risk to replace Kane with someone so young.

However, Vlahović has the potential to be a star of the future.

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He’s drawn comparisons to Zlatan Ibrahimović and Erling Braut Håland, as he too is a physical frontman with excellent ball control.

Keep an eye on this saga, as the signs are starting to favour Tottenham.

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