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Sky Sports reporter says Danjuma good enough to replace Moura or Bergwijn

Sky Sports’ Michael Bridge believes that Bournemouth’s Arnaut Danjuma would be an adequate replacement for either Lucas Moura or Steven Bergwijn at Tottenham.

The 24-year-old has only come to the attention of the Premier League in recent months after producing heroics for the Cherries last season.

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Danjuma scored 15 goals and added seven assists in the Championship, although his impressive efforts couldn’t help Bournemouth return immediately to the topflight.

However, Danjuma’s efforts might just have earned himself a move to a Premier League club.

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He’s already been linked with Villarreal, who saw a £13m bid knocked back, whilst the flying winger is on Southampton and Aston Villa’s radar.

But whilst Tottenham have signed young Spaniard Bryan Gil, they’re set to listen to offers for Moura, whilst Bergwijn have been linked with a move back to Holland.

Spurs have already lost Erik Lamela, and with Gareth Bale now staying at Real Madrid, Nuno Espirito Santo could end up short in the wide areas.

With that in mind, Bridge told Football FanCast that he thinks Danjuma is good enough for topflight level:

“I would go as far and say, if Tottenham sold Bergwijn and Moura, I think he would do a job at Tottenham, I think he’s really good, he’s Premier League material.”