That's a rather standard SPI flash, so almost all programmers available
for SPI flash devices will do - except it's 1.8V only, so you have to
look for a programmer supporting that supply level.
Another option is to get a Nucleo-Board with 1.8V option like
Nucleo-H7A3ZI-Q, -H723ZG, -H743ZI2, jumper it to VDD 1.8V and use to use
OpenOCD with QSPI driver (built in on recent versions) or with patch
The main obstacle in both cases is to remove the chip from the
mainboard, attach it to the programmer (by a test socket) and later
solder it to the mainboard again. That's not trivial if you don't have
some experience in (de-) soldering. To program it on the mainboard is
possible theoretically but requires some precautions (keeping the
mainboard's connections in high-impedance state etc.)
So, it boild downs to this rather mechanical issue ... Do you have any
experience regarding that? If not, the question regarding a programmer
is rather pointless, I'm afraid.