Arsenal and Tottenham compete to sign Charlie Alcaraz

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs involved in the race to sign Argentine Wizkid Charlie Alcaraz.

A recent report from Marca provided an update on the future of Charlie Alcaraz. The quarterback, dubbed the biggest event to come out of Racing Club after Lautaro Martinez, has become one of the hottest youngsters in his Argentine homeland, with a host of top clubs across Europe eager to secure his services.

Tottenham and Arsenal are among the clubs closely following the progress of Alcaraz in Argentina. Many would like him to join Europe next summer, although Racing have no intention of parting with the midfielder yet, and are currently holding him for a fee of close to €20 million, although he has a higher release clause of €25 million.

It’s a huge fortune for a player who has only played 58 competitive matches with Racing Club. But his lack of experience can be deceptive as the youngster has demonstrated tremendous maturity, composure and technical ability for a player of his age.

A central midfielder, the 19-year-old is truly a technically skilled midfielder, with natural offensive instincts. With eight goals and six assists in 58 competitive matches, the youngster offers excellent midfielder productivity, which is hardly surprising as he can work in so many positions.

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Alcaraz is able to emerge as a wide midfielder and even in the tenth position. His versatility, coupled with his technical prowess has not gone unnoticed, with Arsenal in particular keeping a close eye on his situation. Arsenal seem to be looking forward to the summer’s onslaught on the young Argentine given the club’s lack of depth in midfield.

Mikel Arteta is already lacking in numbers in midfield and is currently desperate to add new faces, having been linked with the movement of Konrad Laimer, among many others.

The same can be said of arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who are expected to be sacked by the likes of Tanguy Ndombele, Giovanni Lo Celso and Harry Winks in the summer, with coach Antonio Conte keen to rebuild his squad no matter what his side’s league standings. end of the season.

Adding someone like Charly Alcaraz might be a smart act for both of these London behemoths. The youngster does not have much experience at the highest level but has the potential to become a superstar in the Premier League, although his €20m price tag could become an obstacle for interested parties.

Moreover, interest from the likes of Juventus, Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid, PSV Eindhoven, Sevilla and Wolves could further complicate matters for Arsenal and Tottenham in their pursuit of Charlie Alcaraz.

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