According to Mediterraneo, three clubs are all interested in signing Tottenham misfit Roberto Soldado this summer, all looking bringing to an end the Spaniard’s White Hart Lane nightmare.
The striker joined Spurs as a part of the ‘summer seven’ of 2013 for a what was then a record breaking £26m, before Erik Lamela signed for £30m at the end of August. However, reports have previously claimed that Spurs only paid £13m for the front man.
Mediterraneo claim that the three clubs chasing after the Spaniard’s signature are Villarreal, AC Milan and Galatasaray, who are all viable options for the striker should the right bid come in. However, it has been reported that Soldado would prefer a move back to his homeland.
Villarreal would of course be the best move for Soldado as he continues his quest to rediscover the form he showed at Valencia, where he was deadly in front of goal, and a return to La Liga would of course give him the best chance of recapturing the form he showed just a few years ago.