Tottenham Hotspur are preparing to offload misfiring striker Roberto Soldado this summer and have earmarked Sevilla’s Carlos Bacca as his replacement.
Soldado was signed from Valencia for a fee of £26 million in August 2013, but the Spanish forward has struggled to find his goalscoring form from previous seasons in La Liga.
During his final season with Los Che, Soldado scored 30 goals in all competitions and was considered one of Spanish football’s top finishers.
But in his two years with Spurs, Soldado has only tallied 15 goals, and this season, the 29-year-old has been replaced as the club’s first-choice striker by Harry Kane.
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