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Tottenham are keen on Marseille right-back Hiroki Sakai, Sky Sports Newsunderstands.
However, Spurs have concerns about signing a player that is 29 years old.
very funny shit here. danny rose says we move players on when they get older, then sky reports that we are interested in signing a 29 yo RB and in the same breath says we probably wont due to age. some nice click bait, that
To be fair we did sign a 33 year old striker a couple of windows back.very funny shit here. danny rose says we move players on when they get older, then sky reports that we are interested in signing a 29 yo RB and in the same breath says we probably wont due to age. some nice click bait, that
IF that comes off (highly doubtful in my uneducated opinion) then fair play to Levy for letting the moths out of his wallet for a change.Portuguese outlet O Jogo have claimed that Tottenham Hotspur have moved into pole position to sign Sporting Lisbon captain Bruno Fernandes, after having a £62.5million bid accepted. The 24-year-old Portugal international is one of the most sought-after players in Europe after having a hand in 50...tbrfootball.com
https://talksport.com/football/557358/tottenham-transfer-news-tanguy-ndombele-signing-make-bid/Tottenham are getting closer to signing 22-year-old Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, according to Sky in Italy.
https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jun/12/tottenham-tanguy-ndombele-open-talks-lyonTottenham have stepped up their efforts to sign Tanguy Ndombele by offering Lyon £60million.
Mauricio Pochettino wants the midfielder and the club will prioritise him before pursuing other deals, though they face competition from Juventus.
Lyon want €75m for midfielder but Spurs value him at €50m
Manchester City, Juventus and Real Madrid also interested
Stick 200k up his arse every week and hell sign for anyone.So according to reports, aside from us being unable to meet Lyon's fee, the player's reluctance to sign for us and the fact that other big clubs are also in for him, the deal for Ndombele is basically done.!
ronaldo allegedly spoke to de ligt about joining juve after the portugal v holland game so...Do players have any influence in Transfers? ie talking to other players, I mean if we wanted to sign Donny van Beek from Ajax, there's 4 blokes in our team that could say 'come and join us', Life at Spurs is really good etc. etc. or is that not 'a thing'....
Its an anecdote,but Martin chivers told me Bill nic got jimmy greaves and set him up to approach chivers at an england game,"if spurs asked,would you join them" and so it happened.Been going on since then and probably a lot worse now,with media as well.Do players have any influence in Transfers? ie talking to other players, I mean if we wanted to sign Donny van Beek from Ajax, there's 4 blokes in our team that could say 'come and join us', Life at Spurs is really good etc. etc. or is that not 'a thing'....
Spurs favourites to sign Tanguy Ndombele despite United and Juventus interest
Mauricio Pochettino is eager to push through what would be a statement £60m-plus signing after reaching the Champions League final, and one that could be all the more important if Christian Eriksen leaves this summer.
Tottenham are willing to pay a mammoth £102million to seal the signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon this summer, Football Insider can reveal.
The Londoners are ready to not only smash their transfer record to land the central midfielder, 22, but also hand him a salary that would immediately catapult him into the club’s bracket of top earners.
A source with knowledge of Tottenham’s recruitment has told Football Insider the club will also offer Ndombele a package worth £200,000-a-week over five years.
£200,000-a-weekIn the latest Spurs news, Footballl Insider can reveal the club will offer a whopping £102million to seal the signing of Tanguy Ndombelewww.footballinsider247.com
Mauricio Pochettino is back in Barcelona – the city he calls home – and he is waiting. The Tottenham manager is waiting to see whether the chairman, Daniel Levy, and the club’s recruitment staff can deliver on any of his transfer targets, who include Tanguy Ndombélé, Donny van de Beek, Nicolò Zaniolo and Ryan Sessesgnon.
There has even been the subtext that he would consider his position if Levy were to disappoint him.