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12/01/2018 - 11:22 BST

Tottenham Hold Edge Over Arsenal and Man Utd For Hoffenheim’s Player of Bundesliga First Half

 




Tottenham Hotspur are leading the chase for Germany Under-21 midfielder Nadiem Amiri, who has also been linked with a move to Arsenal and Manchester United.

The 21-year-old midfielder has been revelation for Hoffenheim this season and was recently voted the club's player of the first half of the campaign, but his performances have led to interest from some of the bigger clubs of Europe, especially from England.




It has been claimed that Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham have been keeping tabs on the Germany Under-21 international, but according to German magazine Sport Bild, Mauricio Pochettino’s team have the edge in the transfer chase.

Tottenham have been tracking his performances for more than a year and have been keen to get his hands on the Hoffenheim midfielder in the summer transfer window.

 


Other than Manchester United, Arsenal are also eyeing a move for Amiri and are looking at him as a potential replacement for Mesut Ozil, who is expected to leave the Gunners at the end of the season.  

While he has a deal until 2020, Hoffenheim have little hope of retaining him as he has a relatively low release clause of €17m written down in his contract with the club.

While a transfer in January has been deemed unlikely, Amiri has been tipped to leave Hoffenheim in the summer and possibly for the Premier League.