Tottenham Arsenal and in talks over £25million defender Joachim Anderson
Arsenal and Tottenham are in talks with Sampdoria for Danish focus back Joachim Andersen.
The 22-year-old has won rave reviews since joining the Serie A club from FC Twente two summers ago – and, appraised at £25million, he has additionally pulled in enthusiasm from Manchester United.
Andersen is on the brink of Denmark’s senior side subsequent to winning 14 Under-21 tops.
Also, reports in Sampdoria’s home city Genoa claim two key club officials recently travelled to London for converses with the Gunners and Spurs.
Brandishing executive Carlo Osti and legal counselor Antonio Romeo,the advisor to club president Massimo Ferraro, are said to have traveled to the capital.
Munititions stockpile attacked Sampdoria in summer to land midfielder Lucas Torreira in a £26m bargain.
And boss Unai Emery could now swell the hard-up Italian club’s coffers once more by landing Andersen when the move window opens in January.
But the Spaniard may face competition from Spurs chief Mauricio Pochettino, who risks losing key centre-backs Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld when their agreements lapse next summer.
Sampdoria paid Twente only £1.25m for Andersen in 2017, but have seen the Dane’s value soar with a series of commanding displays.
The safeguard recently gone through four seasons with the Eredivisie club after leaving home-country club Midtjylland.