Islam Slimani attracts lust in the Premier League. After Aston Villa’s strong interest, the Tottenham Hotspurs would have positioned themselves. To believe the Daily Telegraph, José Mourinho, now Tottenham coach, would like to recover the Algerian center-forward (31), loaned to Monaco where his stats sheet (7 goals, 7 assists in 13 games) argues in his favor. The Spurs have just lost Harry Kane potentially until the end of the season and need to strengthen an offensive sector that finds itself failing. The only obstacle, Slimani belongs to Leicester City, not necessarily inclined to strengthen a rival in the race for qualification for the Champions League.
Slimani’s double with Monaco against Strasbourg in September 2019 (2-2)