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Manchester United  & Chelsea are both ready to test Spurs resolve with a January bid for Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen.

Vertonghen has previously told Spurs he has no plans to sign a new deal which has brought into question his commitment to the club.

Louis Van Gaal wants to improve Manchester United’s defensive crisis and Chelsea look to add reinforcements as they always do especially with John Terry not getting any younger.

Pochettino left Jan on the bench against Manchester City, a sign that the Spurs manager isn’t impressed with Vertonghen at the moment.

It is thought a bid of around £15m could be enough to see Spurs sell although Daniel Levy would prefer to sell abroad and he might get his wish as Barcelona are also keen on the Spurs man.

 Posted by at 19:59
Oct 202014

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His penalty taking was the best thing about him since he joined Tottenham but on Saturday even his penalty taking let down Roberto Soldado.

Spurs are willing to cut their losses with Soldado in January and could take a massive hit on the £26m they paid for the striker just last summer and are rumoured to be willing to accept just £10m.

Pochettino wants to swoop for Swansea striker Wilfried Bony and Daniel Levy would be willing to splash around £20m on the Ivory Coast international. Bony impressed last season, his first full season in the Premier League and is the strike threat up front that Spurs need. A target man who can hold the ball up and score goals. Spurs have waited too long for a striker capable of scoring 20+ goals in the Premier League.

Many would argue Spurs haven’t had a top class striker since Berbatov. So many promising big names like Adebayor and Soldado haven’t really made the impact that the fans were hoping for.

 Posted by at 19:34
Oct 132014

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Should Spurs fail to obtain a top 4 place this season they could offer Chelsea stopper Petr Cech a deal in the summer.

Hugo Lloris despite signing a new deal would be tough to hang onto in the summer should there be no Champions League football on the cards yet again.

Petr Cech is now second choice for the first time in 10 years at Chelsea following the impressive Thibaut Courtois emerging as the new number one after an impressive loan spell at La Liga side Atletico Madrid which saw him win the league and reach the Champions League final.

Due to Courtois being almost 10 years junior to Petr Cech is seems as though Chelsea see it as a much better idea to hold onto the younger keeper and allow Cech to move on.

Cech will not be short of offers in the transfer windows but Spurs will be one of the clubs bidding for his signature despite having Vorm ready to fill the boots of Hugo Lloris.

 Posted by at 20:01
Oct 102014

skymanAfter being linked in the past, probably for about the last 6 or 7 years, Spurs could finally be about to the take plunge and go all out in Januar to sign Jan Klaas Huntelaar.

Many Spurs fans thought it was time to snap up the Dutch international a few seasons ago but Schalke nipped in to grab a bargain much to the dismay of Spurs fans as they watched another potentially good and very much-needed signing move to a club who they could have competed with for his signature.

Huntelaar featured at the World Cup in the summer and has always scored goals wherever he’s been and would surely add goals the Spurs side. A move for Huntelaar would spell the end of Roberto Soldado’s time at The Lane.

Yes Please!

 Posted by at 20:34
Oct 092014

skymanTottenham are set to make a January swoop for Chelsea attacker Mohamed Salah.

Spurs tried to land the Egyptian last summer after impressing when Basel played Spurs in the Europa League but Chelsea pounced first after an impressive display in the CL against them.

Salah was signed by Mourinho but has never really broke into the squad. Daniel Levy will be hoping to get his man for less than £12m.

Should Chelsea look to January as an opportunity to strengthen their squad they would listen to offers for Salah.




 Posted by at 20:30
Oct 082014

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West Ham are reportedly looking to strengthen their midfield in January and Big Sam has identified his target.

Moussa Dembele is the man on Big Sam’s list, West Ham will be monitoring the situation but Dembele doesn’t seem to be first choice in midfield at Spurs anymore. Dembele was the man signed to replace Luka Modric but things have slowly got worse for the Belgian at Tottenham, to the point now where he finds himself on the bench most of the time.

It’s unsure whether Spurs would be willing to sell Dembele to West Ham or if he is still very much in their plans, if not then The Hammers could secure a loan deal until the end of the season.

Spurs would not accept less than £10m for Dembele, a player they paid £15m for just 2 years ago, a player who was so prominent at Fulham but has been a shadow of that figure at Spurs.


 Posted by at 19:52
Oct 072014


It’s also well known that Spurs were willing to depart with the Spainish striker in the summer if they received the right offer and are even more keen to do so come January. Soldado is a £26m player and has now fallen behind Harry Kane in the pecking order and rightly so as the youngster has looked far more impressive.

Should Spurs b able to sell the striker then there will be money for Poch to spend on a replacement However should Tottenham only be able to secure a loan deal for Soldado’s departure then they too will look for a loan replacement. The word in the hood is that Poch will make a loan move for Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert. Lambert only joined Liverpool in the summer but is behind Balotelli and Sturridge.

The Spurs boss would love to reunite with his Southampton striker but Liverpool would be reluctant to sanction a move if Spurs look to be a threat for a top 4 place.

 Posted by at 20:33
Oct 062014

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According to reports Spurs could be interested in a January move for Manchester United benchwarmer Marouane Fellaini.

Fellani has fallen massively out of favour at Manchester United and would welcome any sort of move. Spurs would most likely make a loan move for Fellani until the end of the season to add to an already overpacked midfield.

Manchester United paid over £30m for Fellani from Everton last summer but even David Moyes had trouble justifying his selection in the team as he looked a shadow of the Fellani we saw in an Everton shirt. It is thought that Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen is very good pals with his countryman and has told him to come to White Hart Lane.

Everton would also be in the hunt to bring Fellani back to the club, which club would get Fellani would depend on how both teams are shaping up in January.

 Posted by at 20:31
Sep 292014

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Spurs are set to test Arsenal in January with a bid for out of favour German Interntaional Lukas Podolski.

Daniel Levy is willing to sanction a bid of £10m for the World Cup Winner.

Although featuring at the weekend the German often finds himself on the bench and it is thought he would be happy to stay in London

 Posted by at 22:15