Man Utd in danger to miss out signing of prolific PL forward valued at £50m

By | February 6, 2019

Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur are preparing a £50million summer move for Bournemouth midfield star David Brooks.

The Walse international forward has joined the Cherries from Sheffield United last season in a £11.5m move that is already proved that he is a bargain signing.

The forward is favourite to win the PFA Young Player of the Year award after a stellar debut season with the Cherries and the Spurs are ruing the fact they didn’t challenge Howe’s side for Brooks’ services in the summer.

Scottish attacker has played for England up to U20s level, however, switched to Wales in 2017 and Spurs fea that his price just continues to grow.

According to the Mirror, Mauricio Pochettino’s side are willing to make £50m bid for his signature with Man Utd are also in the race for his signature.

Spurs’ transfer record remains the £40m which they have paid for Colombia international defender Davinson Sanchez in 2017 however, the Spurs board are willing to back him this summer should he turned down the Red Devils advances to permanently replace Jose Mourinho.

Brooks is currently sidelined with an ankle injury, however, the Welshman, who emerged from Manchester City’s is believed to be a huge fan of the Red Devils.