‘I Fully Expect’ – Tottenham expert list players he’s sure will join Spurs in January

Ange Postecoglou is facing a difficult scenario as he now has a relatively lean roster ahead of the hectic holiday season.


Long-term injuries have forced Micky van de Ven and James Maddison out of action, while Cristian Romero will miss the team’s matchups against Aston Villa and Manchester City, the league champions from the previous year.

Wenham feels that Tottenham has to work hard during the January transfer window to assemble a more competitive group in light of this.

Hamilton remarked, in an interview with just Tottenham News, “Tottenham knows the situation they are in; they need bodies through the door.”

“There are a lot of games coming up. Son Heung-min will be abroad at the Asian Games, while Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr will be in the AFCON until January.

Spurs must so acquire players who are prepared to contribute right away on January 1st.

“I am aware that there are some unfounded rumors suggesting Tottenham won’t be active in the January transfer window, but I don’t think that will be the case.

“It doesn’t operate like that; clubs won’t go out and tell other teams that they have money and are anxious to purchase somebody.

“I fully anticipate Tottenham being very active in the transfer window and attempting to acquire a left-sided center back as soon as possible.”


“Ready to sell”: Club gives greenlight to possible Kane’s perfect replacement

Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Lille would be ready to sell rumoured Tottenham target Jonathan David for less than €40m (£35m) in January.

Over the past several weeks, there have been a lot of rumors circulating that the Spurs are considering David as a potential number nine to take Harry Kane’s spot.

In fact, according to a TEAMtalk report from last month, Ange Postecoglou’s team has a “firm intention” to pursue the Canadian international in January.

Although Lille demanded that interested teams fulfill David’s €60 million (£52 million) release clause last summer, according to a source from L’Equipe (as cited by GFFN) last week, they would accept a lower cost for the striker in January given his recent decline in play.

Lille are ready to sell Jonathan David for under £35m

Now, Gazzetta has confirmed that Milan has chosen the 23-year-old to take Olivier Giroud’s place, which lends credence to the initial report.

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According to the outlet, Rossoneri believe David to be the final piece in their puzzle and that he possesses all the qualities needed to succeed in Stefano Pioli’s squad.

According to rumors, Lille would be willing to sell the striker for less than €40 million (£35 million), with Milan hoping to take advantage of the chance to buy the player at a “discount” because his contract expires in 2025.

David would surely be the least expensive of all the number nines we have been linked to in recent weeks (Ivan Toney, Santiago Gimenez, Dusan Vlahovic, etc.). The Canadian does not seem to be at the top of Postecoglou’s priority list, though.

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