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Boost for Tottenham as a transfer target admits his love for the club

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Tottenham Hotspur has attracted top talents from all over the world due to their impressive project and vision.

Despite the lack of silverware in Spurs’ trophy cabinet, there is no denying that they are regarded as one of the best-managed clubs in the country.

Another player linked with the Lilywhites is children’s club supporter Alex Scott.

The Englishman has been on Tottenham’s radar since last summer’s transfer window, despite joining Bournemouth from Bristol City in August for a transfer fee of €23 million.

The 20-year-old emerged as one of the most exciting prospects in the whole of England, and it is no surprise that the Cherries invested significantly in his talent despite him playing in the Championship.

Scott recently reiterated that he is a Spurs fan, a loyalty he inherited from his father, who has been a staunch supporter of the club.

Speaking to AwayDays, Scott openly discussed how his childhood love for Tottenham was shaped by his father’s passion for the team.

Reflecting on his experience playing against the Lilywhites, Scott reminisced on the thrill of scoring his first Premier League goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Despite starting the match on the bench, he took advantage of the chance to make his mark by scoring a memorable goal.

He said:

“My dad, a big Spurs fan. So I think that’s exactly where it comes from, no other reason really, literally just my dad. And then I fell in love with Tottenham as a child. So yes, they are my club!

“Yes, I scored my first Premier League goal at Tottenham. That was crazy.

“I was also on the bench, I was a bit disappointed that I didn’t start. I then came on, scored my first goal and then scored another goal, but it was disallowed.

“I think this was the perfect place to score my very first goal.”

The young central midfielder has not been heavily involved in his Premier League debut for Bournemouth. He made eighteen appearances, but only played 750 minutes on the pitch.

Given his immense talent and potential, Scott could be a star for the North London team in the coming years.