Inquiries about a possible triple raid on River Plate for young players Claudio Echeverri, Agustin Ruberto, and Ian Subiabre have been made by Tottenham Hotspur.
Premier League teams are showing a lot of interest in River Plate trio Ian Subiabre, Agustin Ruberto, and Claudio Echeverri.
That is the assertion made by 90Min, who state that teams like Chelsea, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in all three of the Argentinians.
Germany emerged victorious in Indonesia over the weekend, marking the conclusion of the Under-17 World Cup.
Despite finishing fourth, Argentina’s three star players are currently drawing a lot of attention.
Tottenham Hotspur is seeking Ian Subiabre, Agustin Ruberto, and Claudio Echeverri.
River Plate trio Ian Subiabre, Agustin Ruberto, and Claudio Echeverri are all allegedly wanted by 90Min.
It is reported that Manchester City and Chelsea are “working hard” to sign all three players.
According to reports, City is optimistic about signing all three because their agreement with River Plate for Julian Alvarez has solidified their relationship.
In an effort to sign the trio, Brighton & Hove Albion, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur have all reportedly “engaged in talks,” with Barcelona and Real Madrid following suit.
The race is already fairly crowded when you factor in interest from AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain.
Spurs may now look to add Echeverri, Ruberto, and Subiabre after snatching up Argentine striker Alejo Veliz from Rosario Central in August.
Who are Subiabre, Ruberto, and Echeverri?
As an attacking midfielder, Echeverri has already drawn comparisons to Lionel Messi, which puts a lot of pressure on him.
At the Under-17 World Cup, the teenager scored five goals and provided two assists to win the Bronze Boot.
However, teammate Ruberto stole the show at the Under-17 World Cup, taking home the Golden Boot after scoring eight goals and providing one assist.
The 17-year-old center forward can make a Premier League move next month because he turns 18 in January.
Since Subiabre is still only 16 years old and plays primarily as a right winger, he will have to wait until 2025 to move to England.
A left-footed winger who can also play for Chile, Subiabre only scored once at the Under-17 World Cup but appears to have done enough to impress scouts.