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Transfer Talk: Spurs and Fulham eye goal machine Guirassy
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Matthew Hill
Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy is wanted by both Tottenham and Fulham
Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy is wanted by both Tottenham and Fulham

Tottenham and Fulham lead a cluster of clubs chasing Stuttgart hotshot Serhou Guirassy.

No striker in Europe has started brighter than Guinea international Guirassy this term, with the No9 bagging a remarkable 14 goals in his first eight Bundesliga appearances.

Hat-tricks against Mainz and Wolfsburg have helped the 27-year-old surge clear of Harry Kane and Co in the division's scoring charts — and his exploits have not gone unnoticed.

Writing on Football Insider, transfer guru Pete O'Rourke says Premier League leaders Spurs and the neighbouring Cottagers are both plotting January moves for the in-form forward.

Marco Silva's men are desperate for reinforcements up front, having lost star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic to Al-Hilal late in the summer window.

But they may struggle to outmuscle their city rivals in a bidding war given how well Ange Postecoglou's tenure in North London has started.

Guirassy is contracted to his current employers until 2026, having only joined permanently in the summer following an impressive loan stint.

However, reports suggest the deal includes a modest £15million release clause which would surely see clubs queuing up for his services this winter.

Guirassy is expected to feature for Guinea in next year's Africa Cup of Nations and is currently nursing a minor hamstring injury.

In other news

Aaron Ramsdale will reportedly stay put at Arsenal
Aaron Ramsdale will reportedly stay put at Arsenal

Arsenal have no intention of letting Aaron Ramsdale leave the club this winter despite him losing his No1 jersey to David Raya, suggest CaughtOffside.

Newcastle and Tottenham are both considering £60m bids for Juventus forward Enrico Chiesa, 25, according to reports in Italy.

The Daily Mail claim Charlton's teenage striker Miles Leaburn is being tracked by both Chelsea and Brentford.


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