January 29, 2024

Brutal Postecoglou will fire the just signed Tottenham player; his future with the team hinges on one thing.



According to reports, Tottenham does not currently have any plans to extend Timo Werner’s loan agreement beyond the end of the current campaign.


The former forward for Chelsea fell down the ladder at parent club RB Leipzig and joined Spurs earlier this month on a six-month loan.


Since then, Werner has made two appearances for Ange Postecoglou’s team, providing one assist in a match with Manchester United that ended in 2-2.


He was the initial January signing made by Tottenham before Radu Dragusin, who cost £26 million, was acquired by the North Londoners.


After reportedly missing out on a deal for Club Brugge winger Antonio Nusa following a Brentford hijack, they might be the only two players Spurs sign.


In order to help his squad finish in the top four this season, Postecoglou will be hoping that both of them can contribute significantly.


Spurs are now three points behind Aston Villa, who are in fourth place in the Premier League standings.


Werner needs to start scoring goals if he wants to sign a long-term contract with Tottenham, according to a recent report.


Werner won’t be joining Tottenham on a long-term basis.

Football Insider reports that Postecoglou presently has “no plans” to sign Werner long-term in the summer.


According to reports, Werner’s contract includes a £15 million buyout option, and Spurs will pay his whole salary while he is in London.


Tottenham allegedly won’t sign the Leipzig loanee long-term unless he has a “stellar second half of the season.”


You would imagine Werner would have to perform much better than the six Premier League goals he scored for the Blues during his greatest season at Chelsea.


Regarding their intentions for this month, Tottenham is eager to acquire a new central midfield player.


Postecoglou’s primary goal is Conor Gallagher of Chelsea, but the England player is content at Stamford Bridge and wants to stay.


Spurs supporters should still keep an eye on Gallagher, though, as some Chelsea officials believe that selling him this month

is required to balance the books.

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