December 28, 2023

Tottenham has a plan in place to recruit Ajax’s wonderkid Stanis Idumbo Muzambo in an attempt to add another star for the future. Destiny Udogie, Pape Matar Sarr, and Micky van de Ven are three of the most intriguing young players in international football that Spurs have acquired under Fabio Paratici’s tutelage. They have all excelled this season.


To guarantee that their growth persisted, Sarr and Udogie were both returned on loan to their former teams, Udinese and Metz, respectively. Luka Vuskovic, a 16-year-old Croatian wonderkid from Hajduk Split, has already signed with the Lilywhites; he will formally transfer to Tottenham in 2025 when he is 18.


The adolescent fan was present at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the team’s victory over Everton. Despite his youth, the defender was honored by Spurs’ interest in recruiting him. He commented in an interview with Hajduk, “It is a great honor to see that a club like Tottenham has shown such a desire and put in so much effort to bring in a player of my age.”


“This makes me proud, and it is certainly a motive for me to work even harder on my development and further progress in order to be as ready as possible for the moment when I will play for their first team.” And now that Vuskovic is in the waiting room, Spurs are prepared to make a proposition For the upcoming Wonderkid.


Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano claims that Spurs and Sevilla will soon offer Muzambo of Ajax a package in an attempt to recruit him, as it seems improbable that he would stay in the Netherlands. According to Romano’s update, he has already declined a number of new contract offers from the Dutch powerhouses, with the understanding that he will either leave as a free agent in the summer or in January.


Muzambo has three goals in 11 appearances for Jong Ajax in the Dutch second tier. The midfielder’s versatility is arguably most noteworthy, though, as transfermarkt reports that he has played this season as a center-forward, offensive midfielder, and center-forward in addition to on both wings.


The majority of his games have been at right wing, as Spurs will be losing three important players in January, including captain Son Heung-min. Although the 18-year-old might not even decide to sign with Spurs, much less travel there in January, he would not be able to replicate Son’s effect, but Postecoglou might benefit greatly from having an additional body that can also cover in midfield if necessary.



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