Tottenham want ex-Arsenal star who has become revolution since quitting Gunners

Tottenham are plotting an ambitious swoop for former Arsenal forward Serge Gnabry who is set to enter the final year of his contract at Bayern Munich this summer


Posted Sunday, April 24, 2022 by Dailystar.co.uk

Tottenham want ex-Arsenal star who has become revolution since quitting Gunners
Serge Gnabry has scored 62 goals across 167 games for Bayern - and once scored four vs Spurs

Tottenham are considering an ambitious swoop for Bayern Munich contract rebel Serge Gnabry, who left the club to join Werder Bremen in 2016 before signing for the Bundesliga giants the following year.

The former Arsenal winger's contract is running down and expires in June of 2023, which could tempt his parent club to listen to offers for his services this summer.

Gnabry never made the grade at the Emirates and was sent out on-loan to West Brom in 2015 before being sold to Werder Bremen for a transfer fee in the region of just £5million, where he managed 11 goals in his only season.

But since moving to Hoffenheim and then Bayern in 2018, the 26-year-old has been a revelation in the German top tier.

He’s notched double figures for goals in the last six seasons and is holding out for a hefty £13m a year salary at Bayern.

But the Bundesliga giants won't be held to ransom, which has put Europe's elite on red alert.

Ambitious Spurs boss Antonio Conte is now pushing the club to table a cut-price deal given Gnabry’s contract situation.

However, the Italian chief faces stiff competition for his signature.

Real Madrid are also serious suitors but need to get Gareth Bale off the books before they can commit to new arrivals.



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