Ryan Fraser ‘eyes Tottenham move with Bournemouth winger set to be a free agent next month’
- Ryan Fraser has his sights set on a move to Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side
- Fraser has been previously linked with a move to both Liverpool and Arsenal
- He is in pursuit of Champions League football and think Spurs are headed there
- Mourinho may get Fraser at a cut-price due to Bournemouth’s financial crisis
Ryan Fraser has set his sights set on Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side as the Bournemouth man looks to make a move this summer.
Fraser will be out of contract on June 30 and Bournemouth have been unable to tie him down, according to the Mirror.
The Scottish star has been linked to a host of Premier League clubs including Liverpool and Arsenal as he looks to move on from the Vitality stadium to pastures new.
Ryan Fraser has set his sights set on Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side for a summer transfer
Spurs boss Mourinho will be looking to take him for a cut-price due to the current pandemic
Fraser earned interest from these high-profile names after showing his class by starting 21 league games, playing 32 matches in all competitions, scoring once and registering four assists this season.
It is reported that Fraser has already told close friends he is looking to move on from Bournemouth and is keen on a potential switch to north London.
Fraser is in pursuit of Champions League football and believes that Tottenham are pushing in the right direction.
Although, amid the financial uncertainty surrounding the league, Mourinho will be looking to pad out his squad using free transfers, loans or swaps.
Tottenham may, however, be able to snatch the 26-year-old for a cut price as not only is he soon out of contract, but Bournemouth are among the many clubs impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Though, Bournemouth will be pushing for Fraser to sign a short term extension to see out the remaining games.
Fraser is looking to leave Bournemouth to play for a Champions League calibre club
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