As the transfer window winds down, closing Thursday at 5pm (UK time) – a mere 32 hours away, the media have ‘reported’ that BOTH Dybala and Coutinho are on their way to Spurs.
So what happened to the deals for Fernandes and Lo Celso, which were locked on before? Certainly, there is no way that Spurs would bring in all four, right? Perhaps two out of four.
Personally, I would go for Coutinho because he is a proven Premier League star. The other three have not played in the Premier League so somewhat a gamble. Though realistically speaking, would be perfectly happy with Lo Celso and Fernandes.
Whatever happens, the club simply must bring in at least 2 more top midfielders, especially with Eriksen certain to depart. See you on the other side!
AND a top right back would be great as well!!!
COME ON YOU SPURS!!!
Tottenham approach Juventus over club record move for Paulo Dybala:
Making the rounds now, anything is possible, I guess, but not holding my breath. Would Dybala be a good addition to the squad? Without a doubt.
Only 25 years old with untapped potential and another Argentine to mix in with Lamela, Gazzaniga, Foyth and perhaps Lo Celso. Ticks all the right boxes.
Over to you, Mr. Levy.
Ndombele appears to be tailor-made to step into Dembele’s boots after the Belgian midfielder left for China in January. Who knows? No smoke without a fire and all that. I think he would be a great acquisition and provide the squad with solid depth especially in central midfield which was a problem last season.
Wait and see.
COME ON YOU SPURS
(via Guardian: Spurs and Lyon in negotiations for Ndombele, but far apart in price – Cartilage Free Captain)