“Fighting for everything,” says Tottenham target to BBC pundit during Switzerland vs Cameroon match.

Tottenham target Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting played in Cameroon’s World Cup match against Switzerland earlier today in Qatar.

Spurs are interested in signing the 33-year-old when his contract with Bayern Munich expires at the end of the season, according to 90min, and he did not hurt his chances with a committed performance.


Well, the Bayern Munich No.13 led the line for Cameroon in their World Cup opener against Switzerland and proceeded to impress Pat Nevin, who was covering the game on BBC Radio 5 Live.

The 59-year-old said that Choupo-Moting was “fighting for everything” as he gave his all for his country, putting in a solid shift as Cameroon entered the break drawing 0-0 with Switzerland.

In truth, the Tottenham target came into this World Cup as one of the most in-form players.

So far this season, Choupo-Moting has been on fire for Bayern Munich, scoring 11 goals in 16 appearances, while also providing three assists.


Some Tottenham fans may scoff at the idea of signing Choupo-Moting, although if he can be signed on a free transfer, we think it would be a wise move.

The Cameroon international has clearly proven himself capable of making an impact at the highest level, given his stunning efforts for Bayern Munich, and his presence could ease the goalscoring burden on Harry Kane.

It is the sort of signing Spurs arguably need to make more of.

Squad players like Choupo-Moting can play a huge role in winning silverware, simply due to their ability to make an impact from the bench.

Keep an eye on this situation, as a strong World Cup campaign for the Bayern Munich striker is likely to see Tottenham face competition for his signature.

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