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Transfer watch summer 2019

Nundy

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#31
If we keep Rose then I think Sessengnon is better than Davies. I like KWP at Right back plus any other upgrade on Tripps (who may re discover his form next season) and Aurier, who I think Poch now considers a potential liability mentally?
Last year Davies was brilliant. Had a solid season, but this year he looks average again. As someone said, yes he is a asset in the fact he can play centre back, but he would still only be 5th choice there if everyone is fit and toby stays.

Meanwhile sessengnon , my mate is a passionate Fulham fan and thinks hes overrated. Maybe to much to soon you could argue, but going off this season I don't think he is with the money, chillwell all the way from me
 
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corroded

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#33
Sess isn't a full back at Premier League level, he's a winger, wing forward.... something like that. In my opinion, he's not quite strong enough yet ... that's why he's being overlooked by Fulham right now. Speaking to my Fulham mate, he says something similar, he doesn't really believe that Sess is a natural full back and should transition to a more pure attacking role.

If we were to lose Eriksen this summer I'd be interested in making an approach for Maddison incidentally. In fact, even if we somehow manage to keep him I'd be interested in Maddison.

Chilwell and Maddison would be two I'd be interested in, both improve the squad.

Also in classic Spurs fashion I'd quite like to keep an eye on Tielemans. Promising debut, but that loan from Monaco might be worth Alderweirelding.
 
USspur

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#34
A bit of a misleading headline here from Goal (what do you expect?). Heaps praise on Poch, Sonny, etc.

Tottenham may struggle to keep hold of 'amazing' Son - Bent

"Son is an amazing player," Bent told talkSport. "Everything about him, the way he plays the game, he’s such a threat and he can finish with his left and right feet.

"The only worry for Spurs in the next few years is losing some of these players.

"People are going to look at Son and think, ‘he’s a lot better than we thought’, and he offers so much more than just scoring goals with his work rate and creativity.

"Just the way he seems to be around the place – you can see the Spurs fans love him and his team-mates love him. You can’t often buy that sort of player."

"Missing Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Son away playing for his country, I thought they were really going to struggle but they have somehow managed to keep the results coming along," the Englishman added.

"It’s a testament to Pochettino and shows how good a manager he is. He is without arguably one of the best strikers in world football in Harry Kane, but other players are stepping up and getting the goals and they still look quite solid.

"The job he’s doing is fantastic. Not spending any money in strengthening the team, they’re still not in the new stadium – people keep talking about the negatives around the club, but yet week-in week-out they keep churning out results.

"That’s a testament to the squad and the manager because they must really believe in him.

"With the way they are playing at the moment, no one can question Pochettino’s decision and Daniel Levy’s decision not to sign any players."
 
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NiceOneCyril

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#36
I'm worried that Aaron Ramsey may have put us in the shit with his £400k a minute Juventus deal. I can't see how we have any chance of hanging on to Toby or Christian now, when it's clear that clubs are willing to pay ridiculously high wages because they don't have to cover a transfer fee. I wouldn't be surprised if it gets suddenly harder to sign a player to any kind of new contract, when he knows that he can let the current deal run out and earn more elsewhere.
 
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#37
That's always been the case with contracts though, Judas was doing that years ago ... I don't think anyone paid a quid to his previous club, every one of his transfers were free transfers iirc?

I don't think it changes the landscape, it's always been on the cards.
 
Don Diaz

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#38
My favourite Tottenham correspondent Alastair Gold has done another nice piece on 10 transfer targets this Summer - the ones we should target and the ones Levy might go for. Check it out on Twitter or until other esteemed posters put the link on here....good stuff as usual from AG.
 

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