Tottenham have decided to sell Steven Bergwijn this month, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The Dutchman has failed to make a significant impact since joining from PSV for £27m in 2020, scoring just five goals in 64 goals in all competitions.
Bergwijn has started just one game under Antonio Conte, but did score one and assist another in the Carabao Cup victory over West Ham last month. He would play 26 minutes against Crystal Palace four days later, but hasn’t featured since, missing the Southampton, Watford, Chelsea and Morecambe games through injury.
In total, the 24-year-old has missed nine games with ankle and calf problems this season, and reliable transfer guru, Romano, believes that Tottenham want to move him on before the window closes on 31 January.
Many clubs are reportedly interested in his services, including Ajax, but Romano said that nothing has been agreed with Tottenham and the race for his signature is “open”.
Bizarrely, with Heung Min Son out injured, Bergwijn could play some part against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, providing he recovers from injury. But his time in north London appears to be drawing to a close.