Tottenham Closest to Signing Quality €36m Superstar

Jackson Martinez PortoIt will be fair to say that Adebayor and Soldado are now not good enough for Tottenham if the London club wants to achieve big objectives.
In such a scenario, Tottenham’s strike force is nowhere near complete as compared to their rivals for the Champions League places.
For now, Harry Kane is taking most of the burden but if the English star gets injured, Spurs will be in serious trouble with no quality alternate available.
Hence, the North Londoners need a top striker in the squad and the latest reports is one of the best things Spurs supporters will read.
According to Express, Tottenham are closest to signing Porto’s Jackson Martinez as the Colombian star specifically wants to move to Spurs even when the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal are also eager to secure his services.
As per the provided link, Martinez has a release clause of €36m in his contract and Spurs may have to meet that to sign him next summer.
Martinez has been one of the best strikers around in the past few years and his record for Porto is fantastic.
This season, the 28 year old forward has netted 21 goals in 25 appearances for the Portuguese club. 14 goals in 17 league games and 5 goals in 5 Champions league appearances.
Overall, since joining Porto, Martinez has scored no less than 81 goals in 119 appearances.
The stats are brilliant and if he really wants to move to Spurs then Pochettino must look to seal deal for him as swiftly as possible.
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  1. victor67 says:

    Numbers, time, goals don’t lie.
    Their days r up ( Ade n Soldado ) feel foe Soldado, this man at least he tries, trains hard n committed.
    GET Another big strong Striker to partner young Kane, for goodness sake.
    We fans have been waiting foe ages.
    No onder we r d nearly there boys in EPL
    Get a Benteke or Bony type.

  2. RhinoNeal says:

    I’d be very surprised if Levy bought this player. Levy doesn’t buy what the team needs he only buys players that he can make a profit on unlike other teams. He is very calculating and the only thing he cares about is making a profit.

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