One of the Premier League teams with the most activity in the January transfer window is predicted to be Tottenham. The club is expected to chase a new center-back, which would provide Ange Postecoglou with more support in the transfer market.
This month, Jean-Clair Todibo has been linked to a move to Spurs, with sources indicating that negotiations between the team and the player are still ongoing. Luka Vuskovic, who is getting closer to joining Postecoglou’s team, was present at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday to watch Tottenham upset Everton.
The most recent transfer rumors from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are examined by football.london.
Scarlett Dane What Ange Postecoglou’s return to Tottenham signifies following his loan at Ipswich.
Dane Scarlett appears to be headed back to Tottenham Hotspur.
Scarlett Dane What Ange Postecoglou’s return to Tottenham signifies following his loan at Ipswich
Dane Scarlett appears to be on track to rejoin Tottenham Hotspur in January following a disappointing loan stint at Ipswich Town. After the striker spent the entire preseason with Spurs and participated in friendlies and the Carabao Cup under Ange Postecoglou, the decision was made late in August to send him out on loan in order to further his development.
Having spent the previous season on loan at Portsmouth, the 19-year-old looked to have made the right decision by signing a season-long contract with Ipswich after their promotion from League One. Scarlett’s loan at Pompey gave Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna plenty opportunity to wax poetic, but the striker never got the regular playing time he desired with the Championship’s top team.
Scarlett has only made 12 appearances off the bench because the Tractor Boys, who won promotion to England’s second division in style, have a pretty set lineup and were brought on late in games. His 45-minute cameo against Fulham in Tottenham’s Carabao Cup exit also went against him at Ipswich as he was tied for both of their cup matches at a moment when he might have taken the field.
Following his transfer, Luka Vuskovic was seen visiting Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for Everton’s victory.
Luka Vuskovic watched Tottenham overcome Everton 2-1 on Saturday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The gifted 16-year-old defender, who cost £12 million when he was signed in September from Hajduk Split, will need some time to settle into a permanent position in London.
Vuskovic, who is 6 feet 4 inches tall, will have to wait until he is 18 years old in 2025 to travel to England due to FIFA regulations. The defender is still with Hajduk at the moment, and he plans to advance in his native nation before eventually joining Spurs in place of Split.
Vuskovic took advantage of the chance to see Spurs play Everton in the Premier League while the Croatian league is now on hiatus for the winter break. Before the game, Vuskovic posted pictures on Instagram Stories of himself looking down at the field while the players were out for their pre-game stroll.
Tottenham put a price tag for Conor Gallagher.
Conor Gallagher of Chelsea will cost Tottenham £50 million, as reported by The Sun. Spurs will have to pay a premium to sign the England international because the Blues regard their top player highly.
This season, Gallagher has been a vital component of Mauricio Pochettino’s team and has drawn the attention of the north London team. Even when Reece James and Ben Chilwell were injured, he commanded the team several times.
However, the 23-year-old midfielder might leave in the summer if Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is traded to Bayern Munich or Fulham, with Tottenham receiving the money through a transfer chain. During the previous transfer window, Hojbjerg was being considered for a move outside of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, but a deal never materialized.