Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City transfer target set to face England in under-21 Championship

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Tottenham competing with rivals Arsenal and Manchester City for rising Isreali midfielder Oscar Gloukh.

Scouts from Manchester City, Arsenal, and Tottenham will be watching closely on Wednesday night when England take on Israel in the ongoing European under-21 Championship because of fast-rising Oscar Gloukh.

The 19-year-old plays for Red Bull Salzburg but expectations are that he won't be there for long after this Championship having impressed mightily. He’ll have to excel if his country is to have a chance of getting past England tomorrow night.

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According to the Guardian, Barcelona attempted to sign when he played at Maccabi Tel Aviv but instead, he moved to Salzburg in January.

He signed a four-year at Red Bull Salzburg and is also their sister club Leipzig are looking at the possibility of taking him to the German Bundesliga.

He scored four goals during the European under-19 Championship last year including one against England and has been on the rise on the list of top European clubs.

Tottenham have been looking at getting him despite having just signed the impressive James Maddison from Leicester City. The Lilywhites are looking to change their transfer direction and have also signed Manor Solomon who spent last season impressing on loan at Fulham from Shakhtar Donetsk.

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Tottenham’s new manager Ange Postecoglou is renowned for playing an attacking brand of football and the signing of young promising talents is thought to be the new direction.

Last season Tottenham self-destructed after qualifying for the Champions League, ending a campaign that started with so much promise by finishing eighth. But their promising summer business has lighted the torch for what should be another interesting campaign.

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