Tottenham Hotspur looks forward to signing Frankfurt’s Europa final hero Filip Kostic for a bid of £25M.
Spurs are ready to compete for the Serbian winger after his heroic performance against the Rangers and drove his team to win the Europa Cup.
Filip Kostic was just amazing for his Bundesliga side, particularly in their Europa adventure as he contributed 7 G/A in the competition. The left-winger scored the two biggest goals on his side against the Spanish Giants of Barcelona by securing a 3-2 win to advance to the semi-finals.
Kostic is known for his offensive play, ball progression and providing aesthetic crosses in the box that makes him a perfect wingman for any team. He is undoubtedly the backbone of his team’s attack this season as the evidence of left-biased attack shows their reliance on him to create and attack.
Fans often compare his style of play to the former Bayern legend Arjen Robben and some have called him the perfect prodigy for his position. Impressing and leaving a mark for every club he has played for, Kostic has been under Conte’s radar for quite some time with Rumors of contact in the winter transfer window as well.
Kostic’s consistency is undeniable, here are his stats from the last 4 seasons:-
2021-22 – 22 G/A in 43 matches
2020-21 – 21 G/A in 30 matches
2019-20 – 30 G/A in 51 matches
2018-19-23 G/A in 46 matches
The Frankfurt hero can be an essential sign for the COYS’ side as they look forward to playing in the UCL campaign and increasing the depth in their squad is quite essential.
While Ryan Sessegnon has been just amazing for the Spurs, he is known to be prone to injury and an offensive replacement is needed now more than ever.
As the reports suggest that Conte will be getting the required financial backing from the club this summer, essential signings like that of Filip Kostic are the right direction for Spurs’ side as they look forward to competing and evolving in the upcoming season.
With the reports of other Premier League giants such as Arsenal and West Ham also being interested in Kostic. The UCL pull will be undeniable for the Serbian as his German side has already qualified for the UCL and would be looking forward to playing in the biggest competition in Europe in the Spurs’ jersey.