Tottenham, Man United and West Ham ‘willing to spend’ big to secure signing – Tussle on the horizon

Fulham, Manchester United, Tottenham and West Ham are all ‘willing to spend’ to secure the signing of Uruguayan defender Sebastián Cáceres from CF America.

That’s according to Fanaticos, who cover the player today and the Premier League quartet’s willingness to spend what is required to secure his signature.

Cáceres has found himself increasingly linked with a move to Europe over the last few weeks, with Tottenham in particular thought to be keen on him.

Fanaticos back this up and say with the pre-planning for the January transfer window in Europe starting to heat up, America are one of the clubs that could be most affected.
There is growing interest in Cáceres from England, with Fulham, Manchester United, Tottenham and West Ham all having shown an interest and a wiliness to spend the money required to get him.
His performances in the games between September and October have been ‘exceptional’, helping to raise his profile and generate interest in Europe too.

America are not willing to let their jewel go ‘easily’, though, and sources close to the club have confirmed to Fanaticos that the board are asking for no less than $5m for their player. That would work out at around £4.1m.

Such a figure would seemingly be no problem for any of the clubs, with Fulham, Manchester United, Spurs and West Ham all paying considerably higher fees last summer alone.

That’s the asking price either way and American seem to think that someone will pay it for Cáceres eventually, with Fanaticos adding that they’re already hunting for a replacement.