April 19, 2024

King implores Tottenham to give up on signing Nico Williams in favor of a Premier League star


Bryan King thinks Tottenham should preserve their money and use it to recruit Conor Gallagher, a midfielder for Chelsea, instead of signing Nico Williams.


The former Spurs scout believes that the North London team would be better served by allocating a significant portion of their transfer budget to a center player, like Gallagher, as opposed to a wide player, like Williams.


It follows news from The Telegraph on April 9th that the forward for Athletic Bilbao has a buyout clause in his contract for £42.8 million. Spurs are among the Premier League teams that might activate the clause.


Despite rumored interest in the 24-year-old, King would prefer to see Gallagher moved to North London, according to an exclusive interview with Tottenham News.


Williams’ singing, in King’s opinion, wouldn’t be a prudent investment for Tottenham.


“The team now has enough wide players; I don’t see the need to get another one.


“Tottenham should put more of its money toward acquiring center players for both midfield and offense.


“I wouldn’t pay £42.8 million to be focused on Williams,” Invest that money on something else, like Gallagher.


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Conor Gallagher or Nico Williams should Tottenham sign to play for Ange Postecoglou?


Many fans would contend that Spurs should sign both players if they want to be ambitious.


Ange Postecoglou will have to decide if it should be one or the other, though.


Ange Postecoglou, manager of Tottenham.

Tottenham needs Ange Postecoglou to make a few transfer decisions.

The Australian needs to choose between improving his options for forwards and midfield.


Above all, Daniel Levy needs to support his manager and make sure he accepts Postecoglou’s decision, whatever it may be.


In other Spurs news, Daniel Levy is prepared to sell one player for a fee of £15 million.

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