REPORT: Tottenham Join Race to Sign Real Betis Striker Loren Moron

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VALENCIA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 29: Loren Moron of Real Betis in action during the Liga match between Valencia CF and Real Betis Balompie at Estadio Mestalla on February 29, 2020 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

According to A Bola, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is eyeing a deal for Real Betis striker Loren Moron.

Tottenham Join Race for Loren Moron

Harry Kane to Leave Tottenham

Tottenham are on the hunt for a new striker to replace Harry Kane. Kane has been the star player for Spurs for many years. The England striker has been with the Premier League side even before his professional career, as he came through their youth academy. He has many individual awards, including a World Cup Golden Boot, but has failed to win anything significant with Tottenham. Kane is starting to enter the latter stages of his career, so he might want to go to a club where he can win team silverware.

Harry Kane is an amazing player, and arguably one of the best strikers in the world. Because of this, he has attracted interest from many top clubs across Europe. The biggest clubs linked to Kane are Manchester United and Juventus.

However, he has been out since January after suffering a hamstring injury, and his side has suffered since. The time Kane has spent sidelined has made it clear that the Spurs need more depth in their attack. If Kane were to leave altogether Spurs would no doubt need to sign a replacement.

The Replacement: Loren Moron

AS reports that Spurs will face stiff competition to sign Moron, as there is interest in him all across Europe. The top clubs chasing Moron include AC Milan and Napoli.

Moron has had a breakout season, netting nine La Liga goals in 26 appearances.

Betis raised the player’s release clause at Los Verdiblancos from €25m to €40m plus add on-ons after penning a new long-term contract in the summer of 2018.

Moron’s release clause is €40m plus add-ons. This is expensive, but replacing Harry Kane will obviously cost more money.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Just imagine the jokes from rival clubs when someone in your team named Moron makes even the slightest of mistakes.. I can picture a plethora of embarrassing headlines already.

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