Tottenham ‘offered chance to sign £17m-rated French prodigy Mohamed-Ali Cho’
Tottenham ‘offered the chance to sign £17million French prodigy Mohamed-Ali Cho’ as Antonio Conte looks to bolster his attacking options
- Forward attended the PSG and Everton academies before joining Angers
- Cho signed his first professional contract with the Ligue 1 club in May 2020
- Southampton, Chelsea and several German clubs have expressed interest
Tottenham have reportedly been given the chance to sign French prodigy Mohamed-Ali Cho.
The 18-year-old attacker, who was in the PSG and Everton academies before joining Angers 18 months ago, is valued at €20 million (£17 million).
Cho signed his first professional contract in May 2020 – the second youngest player to sign a professional contract in France after Eduardo Camavinga.
Tottenham have been given the chance to face Angers forward Mohamed Ali-Cho . to contract
And Cho has enjoyed a breakthrough season at Angers.
Southampton, Chelsea and several German clubs have expressed interest in signing the youngster.
And now Tottenham could make a move for Cho, according to Sky Sports News.
Cho, who has scored two goals in 18 Ligue 1 games this season, is keen to wait until summer to make a switch.
But Angers is poised to sell the talented teenager in the January transfer window.
Tottenham boss Anonio Conte has made no secret of his desire to bolster his attacking options.
Cho has played for England U16 and France U21 and is eligible to represent Morocco and Ivory Coast.