O’Hara tells Tottenham to replace Kulusevski with rival winger

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Former Tottenham player Jamie O’Hara feels that it is time to replace winger Dejan Kulusevski at the club.

The Sweden international has not had the best of seasons under Ange Postecoglou.

O’Hara feels that it is time to let him go when other better options are currently available in the market.

The former Tottenham midfielder wants to see Crystal Palace star Michael Olise at the club.

The Palace winger has impressed the biggest Premier League clubs with his fine performances this season.

Manchester United and Chelsea are both reportedly involved in a battle to sign Olise according to ESPN, who has a release clause in his contract with the Eagles.

The French youth international is destined to earn a big money move to one of the top Premier League clubs.

Regarding the 22-year-old Eagles winger, O’Hara stated on talkSPORT:

“Eze, I love watching him, but Olise, for me, star player. Good player. He glides past people. Obviously, Mateta, upfront, he is banging in goals, but them two, mate.”

Olise has spent some time on the sidelines with an injury issue, however, he has still played well in the 18 appearances he has made.

Jamie O’Hara wants Tottenham to target Michael Olise.

The young winger has scored 10 Premier League goals and notched five assists this season.

To make room for the 22-year-old at Spurs, O’Hara told Gabriel Agbonlahor that he would let go of Dejan Kulusevski.

He said: “I would snap your hand off for him. Kulusevski, see you later.”

Olise is an exceptional talent and signing him would be a major coup for Spurs.

Tottenham should focus on other positions

However, they face severe competition for his services from Man United and Chelsea.

Both those clubs are economically better equipped than Tottenham to sign the Palace winger.

There is no doubt he would add goals, creativity and flamboyance to the Spurs attack but his signing seems unlikely at this stage.

He would cost a premium and would take a major part of Tottenham’s transfer budget when signing a central midfielder and an attacker is a bigger demand of the squad.

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