This is the kind of news that will make Tottenham’s eyes glaze over

This is the kind of news that will make Tottenham’s eyes glaze over. They have a chance to sell the 27-year-old for ‘100 billion’.

According to Team Talk, a Saudi Arabian club that wants him believes it will take more than £60 million ($103.1 million) to get Spurs to the negotiating table. Al Hilal, Al Ahli, and Al Shabab are among the clubs internally mulling a move for the player.

The £60 million price tag could sway Tottenham. That’s the same amount they paid to bring him to Spurs in 2022. The fact that the player is struggling and still carries the same price tag as two years ago could be enough to sway Spurs.

Earlier, another British outlet, the Daily Mail, reported on December 12 that “Saudi league leaders Al-Hilal have made plans to sign Tottenham striker Hicharisson this summer,” adding, “Al-Hilal approached Spurs in January about signing Hicharisson after Neymar (Al-Hilal) was ruled out for the season with a knee injury.”

He still has three years left on his contract with Spurs.

“Tottenham are planning a major overhaul of their squad this summer and could be tempted by Al Hilal’s offer,” the Daily Mail said.

The player was a big-money signing for Spurs in the summer of 2022, and for good reason. He was a standout striker in the English Premier League (EPL), 안전놀이터 scoring 53 goals in 152 appearances for Everton.

But after joining Tottenham, he fell into a slump. He hasn’t been able to live up to expectations.

In 35 appearances across all competitions last season, he scored just three goals and provided four assists. Only one of those goals came in the EPL.

However, his form has improved since last year. Since December 2023, he’s been scoring goals. In 28 EPL games this season, he has 11 goals and four assists. However, he still has a long way to go before he’s worth £60 million.

Therefore, there is no reason why Spurs shouldn”t sell him if a good offer comes in.

On August 8, TBR Football in the UK also reported that the player was attracting interest from Saudi teams, but not Al Ahli or Al Shabab.

According to TBR Football, newly promoted Al-Qadisiya, backed by oil giant Aramco, are also keen to sign Hicharisson.

The well-funded club won the Saudi Arabian First Division (second division) this season with 17 wins, seven draws, and five losses and 64 points, earning promotion to the top flight.