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In order to hire Alex Scott, Tottenham Hotspur must pay a whopping £25 million

TalkSPORT claims that Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur knows exactly how much money they will need to sign Alex Scott, a midfielder for Bristol City.

During his childhood, the Englishman attended the academies of both Southampton and Bournemouth. He signed with Guernsey in 2019. Scott only spent a year at the Isthmian League club before making the move to Bristol City in 2020.

In the time since the teenager has blossomed into a top performer for the Championship club. He has played in 71 games with the Robins, contributing four goals and seven assists. Even though the stats might need an increase, they still show that Scott has the potential to be a top performer in the English game.

Spurs, Bournemouth, and Wolverhampton Wanderers are just some of the Premier League clubs that have taken notice of his play. Even if the Spurs are the best team on the list, promotion to the N-17 is far from certain.

Spurs could need a versatile midfielder with playoff potential who can play several different roles. A deal may be difficult, though, unless Bristol City reduces their asking price.

Scott is a strong midfielder who can hold his own defensively and has a solid passing range to boot. The more dynamic players around him benefit from his ability to keep things straightforward and basic.

The 19-year-old needs to cool off during games because of his lack of self-control. Retaining nine yellow cards in 29 games across all competitions is not a good result and should be improved upon. Scott has to improve his mental toughness if he wants to succeed in the Premier League, which is not for amateurs.

It’s not easy to make the jump from the Championship to the Premier League if you aren’t already playing at a high level. Scott’s career as a professional football player would benefit greatly from a transfer to Tottenham. A deal, however, remains far from finalized at this time.

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