Three reasons Tottenham should take a punt on out-of-favour Leicester forward
Leicester City only signed forward Ahmed Musa for a club-record £16m fee last summer after winning the Premier League title, but he could already be on his way out following a disappointing debut season in England.
The Foxes would have hoped that the 24-year-old would bring the form he showed for CSKA Moscow and Nigeria to the King Power Stadium in order to help them once again compete for the top flight title as well as helping them progress in the Champions League, but it hasn’t really happened for him.
Musa played just 752 minutes of top flight football over the course of the campaign – scoring two goals – while he netted just four times in 32 matches in all competitions.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino will be looking to strengthen his attacking options this summer to take some of the pressure off of Harry Kane as well as possibly replacing last year’s disappointing arrivals Moussa Sissoko and Vincent Janssen, and he could do a lot worse than take a closer look Leicester’s out-of-favour attacker.
Here are three reasons Tottenham should take a punt on signing Musa this summer…