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Tottenham linked with Yacine Brahimi

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Tottenham are showing a keen interest in Granada midfielder Yacine Brahimi, but they may be in with a fight against Everton to sign a deal, according to reports.

This former France Under-21 star is a hot topic of discussion amongst teams at the moment with a release clause with Granada of £12 million he is more than affordable.

However, these two clubs must move fast if they want a look in with the 24-year-old as he is currently in Brazil representing Algeria.

They are preparing for their match against Belgium a week tomorrow and with the player more than likely to be in the starting 11 he is likely to spark more interest when other clubs see his potential.

The north London club will no doubt have room for him in their club after new boss Mauricio Pochettino is looking to let go Sandro from the club.

Competing side Everton are after a replacement for Gerard Deulofeu who returned to Barcelona and is not expected to return.


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