It is reported that Tottenham Hotspur is one of the teams that want to sign Yves Bisuma this summer …
What’s the word?
That’s according to the Daily Star, which claims that the North London team has made inquiries, but it seems that their rivals, Arsenal, are the first to provide the stars of Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 24-year-old is still two years under his current contract at the Seagulls and is valued at around £ 30 million.
Premier League counterparts Everton and West Ham United have also been challenged with interest.
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Imagine him and Hojbjerg
The Spurs are currently without a manager, but each new appointment will have a number of midfield options available, ranging from summer signing Pierre-Emile Heuberger to such as Giovanni Lo Celso, Dele Ali and Tangui Ndombele.
But it was the Danish national who was constantly present in the starting XI, playing every minute (3060) of every match of the championship during this term – the only outside player to do so.
Interestingly, Bissouma has surpassed the return of Hojbjerg, who can be considered one of the Spurs players for the season that came at the end of the campaign.
According to WhoScored, the Brighton midfielder managed to handle more (2.8 vs. 2.6), more interceptions (1.7 vs. 1.3) and made fewer fouls (1.5 vs. 1.8) on match in the Premier League since the summer arrival of 15 million pounds.
And unlike Hojbjerg, it offers much more forward, which means it can be the perfect film, not a direct substitute or alternative in this role.
His 1.2 kicks per shot have a better return than any spur player, except for the obvious two in Heung-min Son (two) and Harry Kane (1.4), while he’s not quite into Ndombele’s dribbling ability. driving only 1.5 successful game experiences he is a difficult man to take away from power, having averaged only 0.8 deprivations of property compared to 1.1 times the Frenchman’s play.
Dale Stevens, a former Bissouma’s teammate on the South Coast, gave a brilliant review of this aspect of his game to reporters in 2019.
“He has the ability on the wing to play in the central midfield with the way he can pass players,” said the Burnley midfielder. “His legs are amazing and I’m sure he will get better and better. He has everything you need to be a top player. “
The international representative of Mali is also called “wonderful talent” by the former head of “Seagulls” Chris Hutton and described as “very skillful” by his old colleague from Lille Lebo Motiba.
It remains to be seen whether Daniel Levy can afford to raise around £ 30 million each this summer, but if he can, then he must be absolutely a player of the caliber of Bisuma.
Just imagine him and Heubberg in the heart of the engine room.
That would certainly be enough to tempt someone in a management position – maybe even a Graham Potter? Only time will tell.
And in other news, the spurs are looking for a huge boost, when news from Hotspur Way appears, Levy and Mason will buzz …