Euro Football Rumours

Tottenham to consider bid for Schalke attacking midfielder Max Meyer

According to the football transfer rumours in German Media (Fussball), Tottenham will consider bid for Schalke attacking midfielder Max Meyer.

The Germany international has joined Schalke from MSV Duisburg on free transfer in 2009. The 21-year-old has a valid contract with Schalke until June 2018.

Since his arrival from MSV Duisburg, Max Meyer has scored 21 goals and provided 23 assists in 164 games for Schalke, including two goals and provided five assists in 39 games in all competitions this season.

The 21-year-old is considered to be one of the best attacking midfielders in Germany.

Max Meyer has represented Germany at Under-15, Under-16, Under-17, Under-19 and Under-21 level, winning 50 caps and scoring 21 goals, before making his senior international debut in May 2014. As a member of Germany national football team, Max Meyer has won four caps and has scored one goal.

The attacking midfielder’s contract at Schalke is about to expire and a number of clubs are said to be monitoring his situation, with Tottenham showing the most concrete interest in an attempt to lure the player to their team.

Adding a attacking midfielder remains Tottenham’s top priority this summer and Mauricio Pochettino will have drafted a shortlist of a number of possible targets he could approach in the coming weeks.

Mauricio Pochettino has always been a manager who keeps his eyes on the most talented young players across the globe.

Max Meyer has been long term target of Mauricio Pochettino as the manager look to bolster his attacking options for the next season.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to continue to strengthening his squad so they’re able to compete both domestically and in the Champions League next season.

According to the report in German Media, Tottenham are prepared to make a 20 million euros bid for the Germany international.

Max Meyer would reportedly be interested in a move this summer, but if Tottenham do want him, they will have to beat those other interested clubs to his signature.

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