According to Football London, Tottenham are still interested in subscribing Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher in January and could try to work out an‘ inconceivable exchange deal ’ to secure his services.
The North London club’s interest in Gallagher is common knowledge. They tried to subscribe him in the summer but failed after Chelsea decided against dealing him at that time,
But Spurs haven’t given up in their their pursuit of the youthful midfielder. As per the recent report from The Athletic, if the Gallagher becomes available in January, the North London club will be inclined to make another attempt to complete the deal.
Amidst Tottenham’s midfield enterprises due to absences at the AFCON, including Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr, interest in bolstering their team has boosted.
Meanwhile, Spurs midfielder Pierre- Emile Hojbjerg has fallen down the pecking order under Ange Postecoglou and is decreasingly linked with a move down in January with the like of Juventus explosively linked.
The arising addresses of a exchange deal between Tottenham and Chelsea involve Hojbjerg and Gallagher. Football London’s report suggests that Hojbjerg’s implicit exit and the necessity for a midfield relief at Spurs could pave the way for accommodations between the two London clubs.
Chelsea could do with the experience of Hojbjerg in their else youthful platoon but whether he’s someone who fits into the style of Pochettino remains to be seen.