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What does the future hold for Robert Skov at FC Copenhagen?

Tottenham Hotspur haven’t been at their best in the Premier League in recent times as they continue to struggle for form, with the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United starting to catch up. 

Spurs will still fancy their chances of securing a top four spot, despite their recent rough patch, with Southampton and Liverpool still to come in the Premier League this month.

Although, it looks as if Mauricio Pochettino is already looking at potential summer targets, as according to Sky Sports, Tottenham Hotspur are eyeing a move for FC Copenhagen’s Robert Skov.

Skov operates as a winger on the right-hand side and it’s safe to say that he’s been more prolific than a number of strikers this season, having produced an incredible 24 goals in 36 appearances. He also he experience on the European stage having impressed in the Europa League this season, so he knows how to handle the pressure.

The 22-year-old is one of Christian Erisken’s international teammates, so the attacking midfielder could definitely help him settle down if he was to make the move. And, with pretty much the whole of his career ahead of him, it’s safe to say that he could develop into a star in the Premier League.

Daniel Levy must seal a deal for the youngster as he’s already shown that he can score an outrageous amount of goals, as well as producing six assists, so he could definitely offer a different dynamic in the final third.

Interestingly, the winger could give Harry Kane a run for his money with the amount of goals he’s produced in the current campaign, as he’s managed to score one more than the Englishman from out wide. And, with the attacker currently valued at £4.5 million (by Transfermarkt), perhaps Spurs can pick him up for a small price in the summer.

What do you think Tottenham Hotspur fans?

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