Gary Lineker urges Tottenham Hotspur to sign Evan Ferguson

Gary Lineker wants Tottenham to sign a hot new star in the Premier League.
Gary Lineker wants Evan Ferguson to join Tottenham Hotspur.
Evan Ferguson, an 18-year-old Irish striker for Brighton & Hove Albion, scored three goals in one week. Son Heung-Min defeated Burnley with three goals. The Irishman defeated Newcastle with three goals in a commanding effort.

Speaking of Ferguson, former Lilywhite Gary Lineker urged Spurs to sign the former Bohemians player at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium through Twitter (h/t Gazza thinks the young man would make the ideal replacement for Harry Kane, who left for Bayern earlier this summer.

Ferguson’s ascension to fame did not happen suddenly, no doubt about it. At the Amex Stadium, he had been quietly developing his abilities and having an impact. He has 34 appearances with the Seagulls in all competitions and 14 goals and 4 assists to his credit.

His amazing hat-trick against Newcastle only helped to highlight his rising stature and skill as a goal scorer. Ferguson keeps displaying his enormous potential and maturity much beyond his years with each game. A feature that is frequently admired in elite strikers is their consistency in scoring goals.

Liverpool to sign Ferguson?
The seek for a deserving successor has been a major issue for Tottenham as they attempt to move on after Harry Kane’s departure.

Given his ranking as one of the top goal scorers in the history of the Premier League, Kane’s shoes are unquestionably big.

Lineker recognizes in Ferguson the untapped potential and promise of a player who could fill that gap. The young Irishman is undoubtedly a strong contender for the striker position at Tottenham thanks to his ability to score goals and create opportunities. Given his own famous past with the club, Lineker’s support carries weight.
It is yet unclear whether Evan Ferguson’s development would prompt Tottenham Hotspur to take Gary Lineker’s advise and make a move for the gifted adolescent.

Ferguson’s quick climb through the ranks at Bohemians, Brighton, and now—possibly—Tottenham is unquestionably proof of the thrilling journey that young talents can take in the world of football.


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