The English duo are keen on Nurnberg’s Drmic.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are set to go to battle in the transfer market this summer as they both try to sign Nurnberg striker Josip Drmic, according to talkSPORT.
Both the north London rivals are desperate to bring in attacking support in the close season after too much reliance on a single player this term.
At the Emirates Stadium many think the Gunners have failed in the Premier League and Champions League due to only having the option of Olivier Giroud upfront.
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Nicklas Bendtner looks like a man who is not good enough for a top four English side, whilst Yaya Sanogo is still too inexperienced and needs time to adapt.
It’s a similar story at White Hart Lane, where after letting Jermain Defoe join Toronto FC in February, Spurs are left with only Emmanuel Adebayor in any touch in front of goal.
They also have £26m man Roberto Soldado, but the Spaniard has struggled for both form and confidence since a 2013 switch from Valencia.
Meanwhile Harry Kane appears to be nothing more than a bit-part player and is unlikely to be at the club for too much longer.
That is why the 21-year-old Drmic has emerged as a target for both Arsene Wenger and Tim Sherwood, with the youngster having impressed in the Bundesliga this campaign.
The forward has 15 league goals in 26 appearances to help Nurnberg edge further away from the relegation zone.
With a contract until 2017 the German club are likely to demand a significant fee for their Switzerland international however – who has two goals from five caps to date.
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