Date: 10th June 2021 at 10:45am
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on Twitter have been responding to the latest update concerning RB Leipzig midfielder Marcel Sabitzer. 

This comes after Spurs news Twitter account @thespursweb shared a post on their page relaying news originally published in an article from The Athletic.

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The article claims that Sabitzer, who has been linked with a move to the north London club in the past, could potentially leave Leipzig this summer for a fee of €17.5 million (£15.1 million).

This post then quickly grabbed the attention of a lot of Tottenham supporters who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest claim.

So, what did these Spurs fans have to say in response to this latest update about Sabitzer?

“Please, Levy….”

@QueenOfNWHL

“15mil would be a steal, I’m all for that”

@_10kanee

“15 MIL… We should be all over this”

@lUKE_c0ys

“Buy him he is like kante”

@Abin_Seb

“Get it done that’s a steal”

@dylan_ryan75

“LEVY PARACTICI WAKE UP”

@thfcdembele_

“For 15m He could be a REAL deal.”

@arunesh_THFC

Looking at the replies to this post, it’s easy to see that these Tottenham fans think their club should do all they can to sign Sabitzer this summer if he could be available for the reported transfer fee mentioned.

Should Sabitzer be Spurs' number one transfer target this summer?

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Given how the 27-year-old ended his 2020/21 Bundesliga campaign with Leipzig as the club’s top scorer with eight goals and a solid overall season rating of 7/10 according to WhoScored to his name, it’s understandable why these Spurs fans think their club should pounce on any potential deal for the midfield man that could be made this summer.

In our view, if Spurs could somehow manage to sign Sabitzer this summer for something near the mentioned fee it could take to get him out of Leipzig, this could be a bit of business from the Lilywhites based on the experience, goals and assists he has managed to pick up domestically and in Europe.

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