Antonio Nusa, the “new Neymar,” will likely be signed by West Ham or Spurs, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Even though Neymar is now viewed as “washed up,” Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham are competing to sign the “next one.”
On Friday, it was alleged that Tottenham had made an attempt to sabotage West Ham’s acquisition of Antonio Nusa, the wonderkid from Norway.
A well-known football transfer insider now claims that one team has essentially claimed the box seat.
Romano predicts Spurs versus West Ham to win.
The probable winner between West Ham and Spurs for the “new Neymar” Nusa has been announced by Fabrizio Romano.
The Hammers are in for a difficult day as Tottenham and Nusa’s team, Club Brugge, are set to hold crucial negotiations in an attempt to finalize a trade.
However, there will be a disclaimer for Spurs.
due to the fact that Nusa will finish the season in Belgium before moving to Tottenham in July.
Romano further asserts that Spurs increased their efforts upon seeing the seriousness of the interest shown by other parties, namely West Ham.
“Understand Antonio Nusa deal will enter into key stages soon as Tottenham and Club Brugge have scheduled a new round of talks,” Romano stated.
Spurs claim the box seat for Nusa, the “new Neymar”.
Spurs want to move quickly because they are aware of rival clubs’ interest.
“Nusa is unwilling to go at this time. however an agreement might be reached for July.
The fact that Tottenham, their rivals, defeated West Ham because to a talent that Tim Steidten has identified just serves to compound the cruel blow for the Hammers.
According to publications like The Athletic, The Hammers have been connected to the Norwegian superstar who has drawn comparisons.
An offensive midfielder with left-wing versatility is something David Moyes is definitely interested in signing. To that aim, he has been associated with former Tottenham misfit Jack Clarke.
However, a move for Nusa, 18, has recently been mentioned. Spurs, however, were all over that story as soon as it reached the transfer rumor mill.
Given that Said Benrahma is expected to go shortly, it appears West Ham will need to search elsewhere.