‘He’s a liability’: Pundit says £4m Tottenham player is way too slow

Since Eric Dier is now not a starter for Tottenham Hotspur, it makes sense that he might leave for another club in January.

As Jose Mourinho tries to reunite with the England international, AS Roma is one team that is reportedly interested in Dier this winter.

Stuart Robson, who spoke on ESPN, cautioned Mourinho against signing Dier in January, arguing that the £4 million defender is a liability and much too slow to manage the demands of modern-day top-flight football.

Too slow

Robson mentioned Dier’s sluggishness.

What do you desire? Do you prefer a solid defender over someone who is able to play passes into the front players? If you want a solid defender, I wouldn’t recommend getting Eric Dier since he’s not quick enough, doesn’t recognize danger quickly enough, and is therefore a liability. However, if you want someone who will just play out from the back, you might want him. Otherwise, I wouldn’t recommend it because I’m not a fan of Eric Dier right now.

Could work in Italy

In spite of the fact that Dier’s lack of speed has exposed him in the Premier League over the past 18 months or so, he might find his finest form again in Italy.

Edin Dzeko and Ciro Immobile have frequently been among the top scorers in Serie A’s slower-paced league during the previous ten years, which could be ideal for Dier.

We’ve seen that Dier can succeed in a Mourinho team, so moving him to Roma in an effort to revive his career may not be the worst idea in the world.


What James Maddison was caught on camera saying about Tottenham during England duty

England have been using Tottenham Hotspur’s high-end facilities for quite a while now to prepare for matches, even if they aren’t using the stadium for actual games.

James Maddison has frequently used the Tottenham training facility while playing for Leicester City.

However, following his summer transfer, he is now obviously not just a Spurs player but also one of the team’s top players.

The 26-year-old couldn’t contain his excitement as Gareth Southgate’s team practiced at Tottenham’s training facility over the previous several days in preparation for their Euro 2024 qualifying match against Italy on Tuesday night at Wembley.

READ MORE: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium vandalised during international break, police make one arrest

Insider information on the players’ training, including the buildup to and post-match reaction to the 1-0 friendly victory against Australia, was made available on England’s official YouTube account.

James Maddison was seen entering the Spurs complex, bags in hand and with the biggest smile on his face, as the camera caught him saying, ‘some gaff this is, isn’t it,’.

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