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Tottenham make enquiry for Benfica midfielder Pizzi

Tottenham Hotspur have made an enquiry for Benfica midfielder Pizzi, according to A BOLA.

This follows news that Benfica would be willing to listen to offers starting at €20m for 30-year-old Pizzi.

The Jose Mourinho-led club has polled Benfica about the conditions of a potential transfer.

However, A BOLA adds that there is no information about whether Spurs have followed up with any sort of offer.

Pizzi’s availability is sure to alert many clubs given his importance to the Benfica side over the past six seasons.

The Portuguese international made 51 appearances in the 2019-20 season, contributing an impressive 30 goals and 19 assists.

The right-sided midfielder has three years left on his current deal with Benfica.

SourceA BOLA


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