Spurs want £4.5m 'next Busquets' Barca target - report

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Bartosz Salamon is a target for Tottenham, according to Talksport, with the highly rated midfielder being monitored by Barcelona as well.

Salamon has starred for Serie A side Brescia this season, and with his tender age of 20-years-old, Barcelona are thought to have been targeting the Poland under 21 international.


Tottenham are now hoping to land Salamon though, and could enter into a bidding war for the youngster with Barcelona which would take the man dubbed the next Sergio Buquets’ fee to well over his £4.5 million worth.

And while Barcelona often claim they don’t have the spending capacity at the moment, with club building up a great deal of debt, should Tottenham push the matter, the Catalan giants will be willing to pay big for a talent with as much potential as Salamon.

Napoli are also said to be interested in the wonderkid, but Tottenham and Barcelona currently lead the race for his signature.

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