Tottenham Hotspur's scouts have been watching Carlos Andres Sanchez according to Sky Sports. The Uruguayan plays for River Plate in Argentina's Primera Division. Yet to be capped for his country the right-sided winger Sanchez has scored five goals in eighteen league games this season. Alledgedly he is a Manchester United fan but the 28-year-old is, "happy about the interest" that he has received from the north London club. I wonder how happy he'll be when he realises that when if he does come to Tottenham he'll be in competition with Gareth Bale, Aaron Lennon, Clint Dempsey, Moussa Dembele and several others for a place in the first eleven at White Hart Lane.
Sanchez started his career at Liverpool (Liverpool Futbol Club (Montevideo)) in his native Uruguay and moved to Argentina in 2009. River Plate are Argentina's most highly decorated team with a record 34 Primera Division titles. Despite there reknown, Sanchez joined the club shortly after they were relegated. They won the second division in the one season they were there and currently sit in 8th position in the league, one place behind Arsenal F.C (Arsenal de Sarandi).
Could Tottenham's scouts have unearthed a player of Gustavo Poyet's quality or Adrian Paz's?