Spurs striker Roberto Soldado has recently been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane, with two clubs interested in the Spaniard’s services.
Bayer Leverkusen are reportedly interested in the former Valencia front man, and could use one of their own strikers in a swap deal with the London club.
Josip Drmic could be used as bait in Leverkusen’s attempt to sign Soldado. The striker has struggled to fit in at his new German club, and could be tempted by a move to the Premier League.
The story has been much the same for Roberto Soldado, who has had patches of goals, but consistency is something that the Spaniard has failed to find at Spurs, notching up just one Premier League goal this season.
Reports from Germany say that the two clubs have discussed a deal already, and we could see a straight swap between the two clubs. Drmic has also been previously targeted by Arsenal.
However, reports from Italy remain adamant that Roma are working hard to hijack the deal and would love to see Soldado in Serie A.